“If you’re angry, and express that anger in a tantrum, or a polemic, then nobody’s interested, including yourself.”
Philip Roth, Stephen Sondheim and Art Spiegelman have lent their names to an open letter beseeching President Trump to reconsider restricting entry to the country for refugees from around the world and immigrants from a group of Muslim-majority countries.
Jules Feiffer says he likes to make drawing as effortless as a willowy dance. The iconic Village Voice cartoonist talks to Lior Zaltzman about his new art book, ‘Out of Line.’
The father is a bombastic narcissist in ‘I’m Gonna Pray for You.’ The daughter of Jules Feiffer created the funny new play — so here’s hoping it’s not too autobiographical.
French film pioneer Alain Resnais, who died at 91, directed seminal films like ‘Last Year at Marienbad’ and ‘Hiroshima, Mon Amour.’ Benjamin Ivry looks back at his relationship to Jews.
“Cookalein” is Yiddish for “a modest bungalow, usually in the Catskills” where mothers would cook for their vacationing families. It’s also the title of one of the more modest but moving works in “Will Eisner’s New York: From the Spirit to the Modern Graphic Novel,” which opened last week at Soho’s Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art, running through June 30.