Modigliani spoke fluent French and bore few of the physical markers that would have led others to suspect his Jewishness.
“There’s no thinker or writer or person who has had more influence on my moral understanding than Elie Wiesel.”
“None of us will ever comprehend the depravity of what Elie experienced during the Holocaust. He tried to help us see and feel that pain.”
“What my expedition intends to do is to reconstruct life at Masada, without even referring to the death and what happened at the end.”
Perhaps what was most chilling about the Roman coins were the slogans. “Rome Reborn” sounded like a precursor of “Make America Great Again.”
“You can have a hit that’s an artistic failure and a flop that’s an artistic success.”
Most of these photographs of Isaac Bashevis Singer have never been published before.
A Forward interview with the Minnesota Senator and ex-SNL star shows he is arguably good enough and smart enough to compete for The White House.
He grew up in small town Ohio attending a Reform synagouge. Now he trains for societal collapse with a militia in Appalachia.
This is why it matters that Obama published his essay in a women’s magazine.