What happens when our libraries are purged from our homes, replacing spines with screens?
As Hollywood looks to mine B-movies for remakes, genre schlock has growing escapist appeal in Israel
By giving her characters perfect endings, the wildly popular writer may actually undermine them
A spate of new books tells the stories of men and women who leave ultra-Orthodoxy for risky, rewarding, bewildering everyday life
Gary Shteyngart’s new memoir is a touching meditation on the origins, nature, and limits of humor
Behind the voodoo of TV’s witchy-est show, schlock therapy that could come back to haunt you
In Zeruya Shalev’s fearless new ‘The Remains of Love,’ lives on a kibbutz stand as a parable of Israel
Like all viral hits, the reverse Nazi salute is hard to explain and harder to resist, which makes it all the more dangerous
A new compilation revives the once ubiquitous, now mostly forgotten Latin-Jewish connection of the 1940s to the ’80s
An investigation into ‘Antichrist Kramer,’ SSP Records, and other labels suggests a history of real-world violence and bigotry
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A Harvard researcher was convinced he’d found evidence of 1930s movie mogul fascism. But did he get it wrong?
The work, lost for a century, depicts Edgardo Mortara, an Italian Jewish boy seized by Church authorities