Take a look at a series of photos taken by a young Stanley Kubrick titled “Life and Love on The New York City Subway.”
How Herman Göring’s younger brother Albert saved dozens of Jewish lives.
Adam Kirsch reflects on a “quasi-novel” about the assassinated Nazi leader Reinhard Heydrich.
“The Steins Collect,” an exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, will now feature a wall text highlighting Gertrude Stein’s Vichy ties.
Meet the Israeli company behind “The Hunger Game.”
Francine Prose writes for Granta magazine about Downton abbey.
Hungary has long had its own, little-recognized “Neologue” movement of Judaism. But is the Neologue establishment out of touch with the country’s Jewish community?
Gladys Gewirtz, a pioneer of Jewish children’s music, has died at age 84.
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