On St. Patrick’s Day, we highlight some of the great collaborations between the Irish and Jewish people.
“The Secret Chord” by Geraldine Brooks, draws from the story of King David.
Weinstein, the producer of many Oscar-winning films, was inspired by the book “Mila 18” and his family’s history in the Holocaust.
When we discuss Jewish authors of the 20th Century, Philip Roth and Bernard Malamud come to mind. But, in “Young Lions,” Leah Garrett reveals how a very different group of Jewish novelists shaped our culture.
Ever since the first Jewish resident settled in Maryland in 1656, the state has been home to a dizzying array of famous Jews.
Is it possible that behind every famous Jew stood an Irish partner? On St. Patrick’s Day, we highlight some of the great collaborations between our people and his.
Pete Seeger taught generations of Americans that social protest and love of Israel were two sides of the same coin, J.J. Goldberg recalls. So what happened in 1968?
A few weeks ago, The Atlantic’s Jeffrey Goldberg — who has lately established himself as a key contender for the title of Mr. Jewish Journalist — grilled Barack Obama about Israel and other topics of Jewish interest. Now, he covers some of the same ground with John McCain.