After visiting Vilnius and Casablanca within days of each other, Jonathan Katz takes us on a tour of their very different Jewish museums — and tells us which is more powerful.
What’s the deal with Lithuania’s swastika-studded nationalist marches? Daiva Repečkaitė joins one of the gatherings to find out if participants are as anti-Semitic as they seem.
The government of Lithuania asked Israeli President Shimon Peres to head the international advisory board for the restoration of the Vilnius Great Synagogue.
A new memoir about Lithuania and the Holocaust is little more than a confusing collage of wide-eyed postcards from a land whose history the author struggles, and mostly fails, to decipher.
Wyman Brent may be the unlikeliest person you could find to establish a new Jewish library in Lithuania. He’s a long-haired Californian who speaks no Lithuanian.