In honor of her father Leonard Bernstein’s centenary year, Jamie Bernstein penned an affectionate-yet-honest memoir of growing up with him.
The best of Bernstein will continue to live on in his profoundly Jewish music.
The door opened and there they were: John, Paul, and George. But no Ringo. Why?
In troubling times, some of this season’s most important artistic events are those that will elicit sorrow over joy. The mix is essential.
At a gala celebrating the centenary of Leonard Bernstein, doyen of a certain era of New York society, a sea of black outfits was clearly celebratory.
There’s much to celebrate this weekend: Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s royal wedding! Shavuot! The return of allergy season!
Ruth Beckermann’s new film “The Waldheim Waltz” investigates the Nazi past of Kurt Waldheim, former Austrian president and UN secretary general.
Bernstein’s artistry continues to be celebrated, but it remains to be seen if Tom Wolfe’s satires will stand the test of time
“RIP Tom Wolfe,” wrote Julia Ioffe. “He would’ve been the perfect author to chronicle this age.”
At least this time we can all agree we are feeling the Bern.