From Alexander Portnoy to Midge and Joel Maisel, here’s how our favorite fictional Jews are voting in the November election.8
In “The Sprawl,” author Jason Diamond comes to praise the suburbs not to bury them.3
In honor of Sean Connery’s 90th birthday, we present the Jewish history of the character he immortalized.4
“In reality, the history of pageants mirrors the many monumental changes related to a woman’s place in society.”
Do president’s sons-in-law get portraits in the West Wing? Asking for the Lincoln Project.8
“Who,” Toni Morrison asked me, “gives out the right to tell a story?”
“She was very compassionate, very thoughtful. She was very, very strong.”
Horses have been an odd, lifelong obsession for a Manhattanite daughter of a Holocaust survivor.
I recall with distinct mortification Toad’s striped, singlet bathing suit.
Literary cities are many, but there’s only one New York.
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