An excerpt from ‘Stars of David: Prominent Jews Talk About Being Jewish’ about the legendary husband-and-wife songwriting duo—after Marilyn’s death last weekend
Isaac Mizrahi’s new ‘I.M.’ is a classic Jewish memoir of rebelling against stifling expectations to flourish in American possibility
Lady Gaga is burning up the big screen in ‘A Star Is Born’ and garnering rave reviews, but the 1976 production with Barbra Streisand was marred by conflict and scandal
Rokhl’s Golden City: How Yiddish entered American pop culture, and how American pop culture penetrated the Yiddish vernacular
Artist Jason Mecier sculpts the rich and famous out of detritus
Stars: They’re just like us!
No one (save, of course, for Oprah) was angrier, more passionate, and more eloquent last night than the world’s two most celebrated Jewish women
Well, nearly. The Quad Cinema in New York is paying homage to Barbra Streisand with a weeklong movie marathon.
In this week’s Yiddish-inflected culture guide, Babs and other sort-of-prohibited, cross-dressing, cross-cultural encounters
The Coton de Tulear was a ‘beloved’ 14-year companion to the legendary entertainer
Barbra Streisand celebrates a landmark birthday
Dave Chappelle is finally hosting ‘Saturday Night Live.’ Here’s a no holds barred list of our choices to host the legendary show for the first time.
Barbra Streisand’s new album, ‘Encore: Movie Partners Sing Broadway,’ came in at No. 1 on the Billboard charts this week
A lesson from Streisand about making it on her own—despite sexism—is a lesson in why she supports Hillary Clinton
Barbra sets the record straight for Apple CEO Tim Cook about her to pronounce her name
Neal Gabler’s ‘impassioned’ new biography of the entertainer explores the paradox of modern Jewishness
In an excerpt from Neal Gabler’s new biography of Barbra Streisand, the Broadway actress chases her career-making Fanny Brice role
A new book about British royalty claims that Prince Charles had a mighty ‘infatuation’ with Barbra Streisand