It’s frigid out; the flu is frightful; the government might shut down; hey, at least books still exist.
Stunningly, “Paddington 2” — which is, in fairness, supposed to be quite good — is now the best-reviewed movie in Rotten Tomatoes’s history.
It’s difficult to think of a more compelling title for a Ruth Bader Ginsburg biopic than that of one forthcoming in 2018: “On the Basis of Sex.”
Zubin Mehta has been the musical leader of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra for four decades.
Could he have predicted the internal dangers, and the one rotund orange one that governs them all, now faced by the country? No.
Amedeo Modigliani, the Sephardic painter and sculptor whose work is thought to have helped establish Modernism, is a favorite target of art forgers.
Rabbi Everett Gendler worked with Martin Luther King Jr., essentially invented Jewish environmentalism and has 38 tickets to Tanglewood this summer.
Just before Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the National Library of Israel has unveiled a timely letter from its Martin Buber Archive.
Monday is Martin Luther King Jr. Day, so whether or not you have the holiday off, take some time this weekend to honor King’s legacy.
Ziad Doueiri’s “The Insult,” which follows a Palestinian refugee living in Beirut, has been shortlisted for the Best Foreign Language Film Oscar.