An amputated leg, a bitten-off penis, a 600-pound wrestler, and the great tonsil riot, among other examples of humanity’s glorious ineptitude, in ‘Bad Rabbi: And Other Strange But True Stories from the Yiddish Press’
The Los Angeles photographer gives, and gives in
From Aden to Jerusalem to Los Angeles to Harvard to Tel Aviv, the Genius of American-born Israeli Choreographer Barak Marshall
Heir to a great dance heritage, the Mizrahi artist is not afraid to tell stories. A production of his ‘Monger’ opens tonight in Los Angeles.
The magical Broadway adaptation of the 2007 Israeli film sets aside politics in favor of humanity
‘Call of Duty: WWII’ attempts the Ken Burns approach, but shies away from any real emotion
Seventy-nine years after Kristallnacht, ‘A Deadly Legacy,’ a new history of German Jewish soldiers during World War I, traces the origins of the European scapegoating that would engulf the continent some years later
Bookworm: The dude of Philip Kerr’s ‘The Pale Criminal’ abides—Nazis
Our relationship with the Tom Hanks character is a lot like our relationship with God. Any questions?
Robert Warshow, born 100 years ago and dead at 37, saw through Stalinist communism’s false American promises
Marvin Kalb remembers meeting the Cold War Soviet leader and his general, in ‘The Year I Was Peter the Great,’ a memoir of Moscow, 1956