The once-seedy Tel Aviv suburb of Holon has become a major tourist destination thanks to its arts scene.
The Milken Archive of Jewish Music has launched a virtual museum.
A Jewish big band in New York’s East Village is attracting jazz talent from all over the Tri-State Region.
British Jewish filmmaker Mike Leigh has canceled a trip to Israel on account of the loyalty oath.
The Royal Winnipeg Ballet, in contrast, is celebrating its 70th anniversary in Tel Aviv.
David Mamet talks about “A Life in the Theater,” his 1977 play that opened on Broadway for the first time last week.
Sanford Pinsker says a mishebeyrach for Albert Murray.
How “German protestantism, high literacy, well organised universities and a Jewish citizenry” all contributed to the concept of “Germanness” well before the formation of the German state.
Ezra Glinter is the critic-at-large of the Forward.
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