In ‘Wizard of Lies,’ Robert De Niro plays the Ponzi schemer who bilked many people and institutions out of millions, including Yeshiva University
Charles Bronfman—author of a new memoir, Distilled—on Trump’s golf game, a father who never said ‘I love you,’ and the older brother whose respect he always craved
‘Norman,’ starring Richard Gere, is an absorbing film about a Jewish connector who’s looking for an honest piece of the action—and finds one
A review of Rabbi Jeffrey Salkin’s new ‘B’nai Mitzvah Torah Commentary,’ which sometimes feels uninspired and out of touch
In ‘The Revenge of Analog,’ author David Sax explores the rewards of living untethered to digital technologies
Norman G. Finkelstein recently wondered: Which trait—ugly, fat, short, or Jewish—would most likely work against a job interviewee?
Edgar Bronfman’s posthumous book asks ‘Why Be Jewish?’ It’s the wrong question. Jews have no choice.
Talking to the friends and colleagues of a controversial ex-rabbi
Next week in Boston, some Jews will fill their gullets with roasted pig and assorted shellfish. This dinner is definitely not sanctioned by the Association for Jewish Studies.
The Holocaust denier and publisher of anti-Semitic drivel has died. We should have known the all-American better.
Al Seckel has left the country. But the world’s greatest collector of optical illusions left some troubles behind.
What would ousted Yale chaplain Bruce Shipman do in light of the incident?