The enigmatic “Jew fairy” at the center of The Boys in the Band
What exactly is “post-Jewish” art?
A murky homeland is hard to stand by
Night of the Living Jews is not just another Hasidic zombie movie
Hyman Bloom rose to fame, and fell into obscurity, with his eerie paintings of rabbis, ghosts, and demons
The Golem migrates from Prague to Springfield
A lesson Mitch Albom never learned from Morrie
In David Levithan’s latest young adult novel, president-elect Abraham Stein
Six more characters to spend the summer with
Sufjan Stevens makes a record his own way
Six characters to spend the summer with
What happens when a Wyatt Earp wannabe goes astray in the Valley
Baruch Spinoza inspired Rebecca Goldstein. So why is she out to betray him?
Try as it might, ABC’s Sons & Daughters is no Arrested Development
Transamerica’s heroine finds herself negotiating a number of identities
Will Corwin’s assimilating art
Aaron Hamburger’s Americans abroad are not so innocent
Fagin’s dearest companions have been villains and thieves. This time Roman Polanski makes him a victim.
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