David Sugarman is a writer living in Baltimore, Maryland.
A visit to some of Baltimore’s first synagogues, in celebration of Passover and commemoration of the life of Martin Luther King Jr., killed 50 years ago this week
‘Seeing psychologically’ the philanthropic American collector couple who put Los Angeles on the art map
The Moby-Dick author sought spiritual connection on an 1857 Holy Land trip. He found dust and rocks instead.
A new book on ‘antiphilosophy’ revives interest in Lev Shestov, a seminal but largely forgotten thinker
Observant Jews smuggle kosher wine into Quebec and sell it illegally in secret locations, flouting laws they say are anti-Semitic
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