Kehinde Wiley

‘The World Stage: Israel’ at the Jewish Museum

Child’s Play

Images from Tom Seidmann-Freud’s life and work

A Week With the Free Syrian Army

On the ground with rebel fighters in Idleb Province, Syria

Not Grandma’s Cooking

Daniel Estrin's snapshots from a night out at "Beneath the Golden Rose"

Salmon en Croûte With Spinach and Goat Cheese

Lemony Cheesecake

Saul Steinberg’s Italian Years

1933 to 1941


Eva Hesse’s paintings at the Brooklyn Museum

Sunday Visit

Photographs by David Tarica

Chagall at Sotheby’s

Three realist Marc Chagall paintings of synagogues

A Bronx Tale

Excerpts from Warrior/Peacemaker

Your Habits

Drawings by Abigail Miller, inspired by S. An-sky


The Ezra Jack Keats exhibit at the Jewish Museum underscores the children’s book author and illustrator’s ambivalence about his Jewishness


Yuri Suhl’s One Foot in America, a long-lost novel of Jewish American immigration that reads like a more Dickensian take on Henry Roth’s Call It Sleep, has been republished and deserves a new audience

Culture City

Jerusalem—an ancient capital burdened by violence, economic hardship, and shifting demographics—may very well depend on a modern cultural renaissance for its survival

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