Is Adam Sandler’s next movie going to be about parking cars?
Russian Jewish oligarch Roman Abramovich needs an entire island to house his art collection.
Read an exerpt of Alfred Kazin’s journals, to be published this spring by Yale University Press.
Michael Chabon has been elected director of The MacDowell Colony.
How enigmatic Israeli music icon Ofra Haza became a breakout hit on British pirate radio.
Read “Jerusalem Stone” by Sherri Mandell, winner of the Moment Magazine-Karma Foundation short fiction contest.
New Yorker film editor Richard Brody on the portrayal of Poland in Claude Lanzmann’s “Shoah.”
Is Chekhov’s “The Cherry Orchard” a play about Israel?
Among the casualties of the Carmel fire are 15,000 rare books.
At least seven different musical traditions converge at the Jerusalem Oud Festival.
Ezra Glinter is the critic-at-large of the Forward.
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