In his collection “SEE/SAW,” Geoff Dyer offers the close, keen-eyed readings of images that are rare in art criticism, because they’re hard to fake.
Joshua Henkin’s “Morningside Heights,” is a poignant entry in the early-onset Alzheimer’s canon, intimately exploring the ravages of the disease.
Today I learned that Ferris Bueller is Jewish. Kinda. I’m not pleased.
Reason #6: The tunes are familiar, you’ve heard them all your life, but the words feel strange in your mouth and you might flub a few.
One of the JLC’s major accomplishments was the rescue of about 1500 European intellectuals and labor or socialist leaders, most of them Jews.
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