New publications from Rutu Modan and Michel Kichka offer bittersweet depictions of the complicated history of 20th-century Jews
A controversial new exhibit celebrates mass murderers and raises war propaganda to the level of high art
Short fiction by David Ehrlich, the owner of Jerusalem’s beloved bookstore café Tmol Shilshom, and read for us by novelist John Haskell
If all this power procreating is doing so much to make the Windsors popular, shouldn’t Jews follow suit?
The music mogul and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer talks about his faith in God, rockstar Kabbalah, and the soundtracks of life
Reza Aslan’s powerful new ‘Zealot’ paints a vivid, accessible portrait of Jesus as a Jewish nationalist
Are the lessons and pleasures of the Yiddish master’s ‘The Son From America’ lost on a new generation?
Rising songwriter Gaby Alter brings ‘Nobody Loves You,’ about love, ontology, and reality TV, to an off-Broadway debut
The artist-in-residence for New York’s Strongest makes large-scale works about process, tedium, and survival
The slew of animated creatures on screen suggests that we once again feel the same fears that brought the original monster to life
Joshua Oppenheimer’s brutal film about the Indonesian genocide shows us what history looks like when blood-soaked sociopaths win
The philosopher’s influential legacy is reshaped by the part of his life story that is often overlooked
Fox’s new animated block replicating the popular Adult Swim means the end of TV’s Golden Era and its great Jewish sensibility
A recent wave of performances turns Jewish composers into shadow images defined only by their status as Hitler’s victims