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“A Series of Unfortunate Events” author Daniel Handler (aka Lemony Snicket) on adapting his books for Netflix, Jewish storytelling and why Neil Patrick Harris was his first choice for playing Count Olaf.
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Jewish author Daniel Handler and his wife, illustrator Lisa Brown announced their decision to donate a million dollars to Planned Parenthood via Twitter.
Daniel Handler, who wrote “A Series of Unfortunate Events” under the pen name Lemony Snicket, made a series of racist remarks during the National Book Awards.
On March 11, “Various Illuminations (of a Crazy World),” the first museum exhibition devoted to New York illustrator and author Maira Kalman, opens at the Jewish Museum. The show, which debuted in Philadelphia last summer and then traveled to the West Coast, gives Kalman’s fans a rare opportunity to see the original artwork behind her blogs, books, and magazines spreads, as well as some of the quirky objects that inspire her. The Arty Semite sat down with Kalman recently to talk about her homecoming, her process, and why being funny is important.