Paris art dealer and racehorse breeder Guy Wildenstein faces up to seven years in prison for harboring missing artworks.
Should the Israeli government intervene in the country’s bookselling business?
A youth hostel has been installed in a wing of a giant Nazi vacation resort.
Now you can give money to the Eugene Mirman Comedy Festival, the first “sincere-and-ironic comedy festival.”
On her new show “Web Therapy,” Lisa Kudrow does in three minutes what used to take 50.
Ethan Coen’s collection of short plays, “Happy Hour,” will debut at the Atlantic Theater Company next season.
Ezra Glinter is the critic-at-large of the Forward.
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