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Newly digitized recordings offer an unprecedented glimpse of the Ukrainian-Jewish past
It’s the opposite of ‘Fiddler on the Roof.’ New York City Ballet’s new production opens this week.
Sigalit Landau’s ‘Salt Bride,’ inspired by S. Ansky’s ‘The Dybbuk,’ is on display at London’s Marlborough Contemporary
For Halloween, the dybbuk—a demon that invades Jewish bodies—is back from the shtetl, and special rabbis will drive it out
They lie. They cheat. The treat their kids terribly. This Father’s Day, be thankful your own dad is such a mensch.
Israeli society debates the value of Haredi jobs, but Patrick Leigh Fermor saw the ultra-Orthodox hard at work
‘The Possession,’ starring Matisyahu, fails to live up to the potential of Jewish horror films
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With her debut novel, The Cosmopolitans, Nadia Kalman expands the boundaries of Soviet-Jewish immigrant fiction
A new biography examines the conflicting passions that animated the life and work of Dybbuk playwright S. An-sky
A new history examines the Jewish role in the musical world of Czarist Russia
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