Fifty works in the collection of a former German arms dealer—including a renowned portrait of a Sephardic aristocrat—show how France fails to fully grapple with its collaboration in the Nazi art market for plundered works
Jules Feiffer’s American Follies: a Tweetastrophe in Paris
Victor Hugo and the ideals of progress
Chefs and owners are going without official certification to cut costs and broaden their clientele. Will kashrut-observant diners still come?
The great author, who would have turned 119 this weekend, used and abused his Jewish friend Harold Loeb. Why did Loeb take it?
Pamela Druckerman’s new book is a (very French) guide to maturing gracefully
Emmanuel Macron took to Twitter to condemn the attack, but words are not enough
Exhibitions in Paris and Vienna put the Jewish composer and painter’s creative and personal life in perspective
‘It is very important that light prevails over darkness and good prevails over evil’
The ‘secular rabbi,’ who gained notoriety in the wake of the Charlie Hebdo attacks, skillfully negotiates the borders of ‘laïcité’ in a republic that remains on edge
Pro-Palestinian activists and left-leaning French politicians have objected to the city’s decision to feature Israel on the banks of the river Seine
In 1947, Roman Vishniac documented Orthodox Jewish Holocaust Survivors near Paris. He also photographed Antoine.
An exhibit that is a violation of a young girl’s and a dead artist’s privacy. Or not.
Two months after four hostages killed in kosher grocery siege
Voices from Europe: JewSalsa takes to the streets of downtown Paris
Yarmulke-clad journalist films a day of slurs and harassment
In a new memoir, the controversial ‘New York Times’ columnist connects dots between dislocation and his mother’s depression
France’s capital is a key battleground for Middle East political warfare
A year of anti-Semitism, violence, and incitement in France
Marc Weitzmann reports from the scene of the latest attack in Paris
Two reported dead; suspect armed with automatic weapons
The massacre in Paris and the freedom to say stupid things