An intermarried husband balks on starting a family, in a new play.
Ruth Calderon's inclusive journey through Talmudic literature.
Nat Hentoff documentary visits a life in jazz, out of step.
In his debut novel, Boris Fishman tells a Holocaust-tinged immigrant tale.
In a new play, a Holocaust survivor and a Sufi villager connect in Palestine.
The Yiddish theater celebrates a 'touchstone of modern Jewish identity' at 50.
Her post-apocalyptic novella 'Anthem' gets a high-tech, sci-fi reworking.
A view of the Tel Aviv-Jaffa border offers a comment on gentrification.
A Holocaust-themed play, with diamonds.
'Glass House Project' digs deep for cross-cultural concert series.
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The Galloping Gaul Of Kosher Wine; The Wine From A Little Town Called Hope; From Tuscany With Body; Kosher Wine Down Under And Out West
Affirming Life, Right To The End; Jewish Renewal Founder’s Spiritual Roadmap; Starting Late, But Not Too Late; Staying Young, With Cello; As Jewish Boomers Retire, Is South Florida Losing Its Appeal?
Contemporary Israel In The Literary Spotlight; Three Novels That Span The Globe.