Attention “Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” fans: you can now enter the show you have come to know and love.
Granick grew up in Stepney, a neighborhood nested in the East End. The area contained a vibrant Jewish community in the early 20th century.
An exhibit celebrates the contributions of Jews to the business of chocolate.
“Whose Streets? Our Streets!” at the Bronx Documentary Center gives us both inspiration and guidance for effective protest in the age of Trump
Is mass-reproduction destroying our physical experience of art? The work of Mark Rothko gives us an antidote to an image saturated world.
Harold Holzer helped assemble ‘Lincoln and the Jews,’ a new exhibit at the New York Historical Society. He talks about Lincoln’s unusual affinity for a tiny American minority.
Sigalit Landau’s new show might be her saltiest yet. The haunting assemblage of objects includes a bridal gown, violin, and fishing net encrusted in gleaming salt crystals from the Dead Sea.
A new exhibit at the Jewish Museum London celebrates the story of the Jewish wedding in Britain’s Jewish community, featuring stunning dresses and Hollywood-style photos.
Samy Elmaghribi was a hugely popular Moroccan-music star. Salomon Amzallag was a beloved Sephardic cantor in Montreal. They were both the same man.
An art-world pariah most of his life, Jonah Kinigstein has become an unlikely star at age 92. But even with a new exhibit and book, Kinigstein won’t tone down his message.