Robert Deniro might play Bernard Madoff in a possibly forthcoming HBO film.
Another soon-to-be-completed movie tells the story of Yoni Netanyahu, who was killed during the Entebbe Operation in 1976.
NPR looks at “The Radical Camera” exhibit at The Jewish Museum.
WNYC listens to the Forward’s first-ever radio show, which was on… WNYC!
Jenna Weissman Joselit takes in the work of Israeli photographer Sharon Ya’ari.
Robert Zaretsky considers Albert Camus’ ties to Judaism.
Moment Magazine uncovers the origins of Jewish creativity.
Sotheby’s sold $200 million worth of artworks last week, including a $40.4 million Gustav Klimt painting that had been stolen by the Nazis from its Jewish owner.
Another painting believed to be stolen by Nazis was seized from a Florida museum
David Mamet’s new play, “The Anarchist,” is most likely heading for a Broadway production next fall, starring Patti LuPone and Laurie Metcalf.
The beleaguered St. Mark’s Bookshop in Greenwich Village has struck a deal with Cooper Union to lower its rent.
An Amy Winehouse collaboration with Nas titled “Like Smoke,” has leaked.
A new theory tries to explain “the Holy Land’s answer to Stonehenge.”
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Ezra Glinter is the critic-at-large of the Forward.