As we close out this year and head into the new, we’ll hold these defining moments of the time behind us in our minds.
From redemption stories to revelations, here’s what will definitely, absolutely happen in the world of pop culture in 2021.
In this music video, Hannah Gee expresses the loneliness of a young woman who’s chosen a very different lifestyle from that of her parents.
Haas starred in “Asia,” which is a contender for Best International Feature at the 2021 Academy Awards.
Eli Rosen plays Itzik, a middle-aged man who gets unexpectedly drawn into a passionate affair online.
“And I always believed in the show, but I’m surprised, to be honest.”
Though there are as yet no plans for a Season Two, maybe there should be.
15 Progressive Orthodox rabbis give 15 unconventional responses.
The Jewish Museum’s “Unorthodox” exhibition comprises 55 artists from a variety of cultural backgrounds. According to Joshua Furst, it also offers a rebuke and a challenge to mainstream Jewish thought.
From Hasidic upbringing in Williamsburg to bestselling memoir author: Deborah Feldman’s life trajectory is best described as unusual. Now she writes about her adventures in Berlin.