Wrapping up the revisiting of Birthright with a remaining of it.
One of Israel’s primary literary voices has written a small, but powerful book.
Matt Shaer explored a normally sheltered Hasidic community in Brooklyn and the conflict that is tearing it apart.
Taking note of the politics of a Birthright trip
Last night, at the elegant Symphony Space, I attended a mass shiva call for the inimitable, venerable Joan Didion.
Two academics served as editors for the first, The Jewish Annotated New Testament
Stuart Nadler’s debut story collection, The Book of Life, reads more like the work of a seasoned veteran, less a writer publishing his first book.
Keith Richards has won the Norman Mailer Award For a Distinguished Biography for his book.