The charges follow a 2018 restraining order.
It’s a fantastic year for Jewish representation at the Oscars.
Sometimes we forget that talking about the Holocaust is a relatively new thing for most Americans.
Lee’s death signals the closing of a chapter of American culture truly reflective of Jews’ struggle for a place in our society.
His health may be fragile but his spirits are still super.
The character of Black Panther was created by two white Jews.
Stan Lee didn’t mince words in 1968 and he certainly won’t mince them today.
That nice Jewish boy next door? Could be a superhero in disguise. Turns out, your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man is a member of the tribe.
At Marvel Comics, where he spent years as a group editor on “Spider-Man,” Danny Fingeroth worked closely with the costumed character’s conceptual father — the legendary Stan Lee. Fingeroth, now senior vice president of education at New York’s Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art, recently released “The Stan Lee Universe” (TwoMorrows Publishing). Part fan letter, part obsessive portrait and part research treatise, the book — co-edited with longtime Marvel writer Roy Thomas — serves as Fingeroth’s tribute to “the co-creator of some of the most significant popular culture characters in existence.” Fingeroth talked to The Arty Semite about Jews, Superheroes and the golden age of comics.
Famous personalities who have the means to dine in fancy restaurants always have a lot on their figurative plates. Now, some of them have taken time from their busy schedules to decorate real plates as a way of helping to feed the hungry.