Arts & Culture

Shelly Oria’s Assured, Unnerving Short Stories

Shelly Oria’s Assured, Unnerving Short Stories
By January 12, 2015

In “New York 1, Tel Aviv 0,” Israeli expats traverse fantastical worlds filled with unrequited love and lust. Read More

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Spotlight On: Minimalist Soul Duo Silk Rhodes

Spotlight On: Minimalist Soul Duo Silk Rhodes
By January 9, 2015

Vocalist Sasha Desree on NYC vs. LA, recording on the road (literally), and Yiddish lullabies. Read More

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Hate New Year’s Eve? You’re Not Alone.

Hate New Year’s Eve? You’re Not Alone.
By December 31, 2014

Soren & Jolles feel your pain. Read More

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Chie Nishio’s Stunning Photographs Offer a Glimpse of Chabad Life

Chie Nishio’s Stunning Photographs Offer a Glimpse of Chabad Life
By December 22, 2014

Over 20 years ago, the Japanese-American artist captured the Hasidic community of Crown Heights. Now you can see her photos at the Brooklyn Public Library. Read More

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In ‘Exodus: Gods and Kings,’ Turgid Dialogue Plagues a Great Story

In ‘Exodus: Gods and Kings,’ Turgid Dialogue Plagues a Great Story
By December 22, 2014

“This movie makes ‘A Rugrats Passover’ look like ‘Citizen Kane.'” Read More

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Judy Blume Reveals the Cover and Title of Her New Book for Adults!

Judy Blume Reveals the Cover and Title of Her New Book for Adults!
By December 17, 2014

“In the Unlikely Event”: coming to a bookshelf near you on June 2. Read More

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David Bezmozgis on Zionism, Betrayal, and the Legacy of Soviet Jewry

David Bezmozgis on Zionism, Betrayal, and the Legacy of Soviet Jewry
By December 15, 2014

An interview with the author about his new novel, “The Betrayers.” Read More

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