It’s officially summer with long, light days to catch up on some reading. My favorite hobby since I was a child has always been reading and as a parent of a teen with special needs, I find that reading is the one of the few hobbies that works for me: books are portable, I can do it...
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My 1930s education at the movies
David Brooks’ Son Is In the Israeli Army: Does It Matter?
Noteworthy books for the new year
An eye for synagogue photography: Louis Davidson
Climate change is a Jewish issue
Hollywood Costumes from the Golden Age to the present
Jews and the birth of Film Noir
Tag: Book Reviews
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Not long ago, I reviewed Peter Longerich’s benchmark biography of Heinrich Himmler in these pages—a work of meticulous and compelling scholarship about the master architect of the Final Solution, a mostly ordinary human being whose claim on history is that he succeeded in putting...
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The three groups that are quoted as backing Bush are forgetting Jewish history and tenets, including tikkun olam [heal the world]. ("Examining the Jewish Vote," Oct. 22.)
To the Orthodox, remember answering the four questions with Hayenu avadim Pharoah b'mitzrayim...