Jason Diamond’s wry memoir of 1980s Chicago (and 2010s Brooklyn) finds life landmarks in the awkward, lonely malcontents of The Breakfast Club and Planes, Trains and Automobiles
White supremacist starts more ‘inclusive’ branch of notorious hate group
Viewers of the 10-hour documentary able to ‘take it in at their own pace’
With Boardwalk Empire over, some other bad guys to watch on-screen
A lifelong protest avoider tiptoes into the fray with ‘Death of Klinghoffer’
The actor talks writing, directing, and why he loves listening to books on tape
How the Prohibition-era HBO show portrays its Jewish gangsters
DNA expert says new evidence identifying Aaron Kosminski doesn’t hold up
Government offered continued benefits to Nazis who agreed to leave U.S.
How the Jewish gangster helped establish Las Vegas as a gambling mecca
Prohibition-era hit squad’s handiwork appears on Boardwalk Empire
Who needs Christian Bale as Moses when Val Kilmer did a brilliant job in 1998?
Baruch Lebovits, who pleaded guilty to child molestation in May, served less than three months
Rudolf Hess’ prison food is being photographed for the first time.
Israel’s elite intelligence force now accepts virtual applications
The real-life gangster was a few years too late for the Prohibition-era show
This season’s time jump bypasses much of the bootlegger’s criminal career
A new shoe offers some extra height to Jews of shorter stature. But why prey on insecurities and stereotypes to sell footwear?
Oskar Groening, 93, to face trial in Germany for role at Auschwitz
The ruthless Jewish gangster is all business on the Prohibition-era HBO show
HBO show’s final season opens in 1931, after the real-life gangster was killed
Bloggers hope to make the country’s long-maligned strays into online stars
Nazi leader’s former residence in Austria will be a ‘House of Responsibility’
A visitor takes in the Southern city’s surprising—and enduring—Jewish roots
Roger Cukierman repeated his position that anti-Zionism is anti-Semitism
Russian Jewish Congress says it regularly rents the space out for events
While the strange artifact is technically for sale, no offers have ever been made
A few guesses as to why Nintendo passed on the perplexing game
Did the salons of 1920s Paris have a Shabbat rival in Chicago?
Residents paid a rabbi to bury damaged ritual objects. But it’s illegal, and thousands of trash bags remain in limbo.