‘Seeing psychologically’ the philanthropic American collector couple who put Los Angeles on the art map
A new lecture series by Rabbi Meir Soloveichik offers unexpected insights into the Jewish ideas that influenced America’s founders
Growing numbers of congregations are live-streaming services to those who can’t join in person but want to stay connected
This time it was Tony Greenstein, who had a nasty habit of calling people “Zios.” But what’s next for the troubled party?
Why Mark Zuckerberg is America’s Public Enemy No. 1
In Ferrara, a prison becomes a new museum of Italian Judaism—and of the Holocaust in Italy
Fiction: Lost on the Eurasian steppe, led there by ‘an eccentric and possibly a hypocrite,’ who is trying to run away from the world
The Man of Steel has distinctly Semitic roots, and the celebrated comic book artist about to reimagine him wants to honor them. But just what does that mean in 2018?
Brought to New York by the National Library of Israel, the show celebrates both romance and reason
Is it any wonder that the man who made a hero out of the murderous Guevara now idolizes yet one more advocate of violence?
On the 40th anniversary of the first computer bulletin board system, it’s amazing how little has changed about the web’s tech bro culture
When my daughter wouldn’t sleep through the night, I wondered: Was this a medical issue, or a psychological problem she’d inherited from my family?
How Prime Minister Netanyahu turns all political opinions about his leadership into a referendum on nothing less than the Manichean struggle between good and evil
News about an inflammatory documentary breaks just as a charm offensive is underway. What does Doha really want?
New information casts the dossier he allegedly authored in a new light
Ep. 124: Klezmer-rock band Golem, writer Molly Lambert on her grandmother’s exclusion from the 1936 Olympics, and a visit to a Hebrew language-focused elementary school in Harlem
Should the law be invoked to confront the Holocaust?