Rosenfeld’s work was a reminder: You can’t argue a totalitarian government into change, but you can remind its citizens that its control is arbitrary.
I’ll say it: Jake Gyllenhaal’s turn as Mr. Music in ‘John Mulaney & the Sack Lunch Bunch’ is the single greatest piece of pandemic art there is.
Jewish day schools are rethinking how they teach students about American racism. Among the subjects they’ll have to examine? Their own history.
If you heard Ida Haendel play violin once, you knew her tone anywhere: the shuddery, overwhelming pointedness she gave to any piece of music.
What sleepaway camp was to so many of my peers, theater camp at the JCC was to me.
Glaser gave the confused energies of post-war America a visual outlet.
The statement did not mention either Louis IX’s crusades in Egypt and Tunisia or the policies he established that forced Jews from France.
Some time after King Louis IX returned to France from his first Crusade in 1254, an anonymous French Jew wrote a letter to the king, who would become the only French monarch to ever be canonized in the Catholic Church.
Jewish schools face a reckoning in the current calls for racial justice.
The sentiments behind police abolitionism originated with late-19th and early-20th century organized labor.