The National Jewish Book Awards have selected Francine Klagsbrun’s “Lioness: Golda Meir and the Nation of Israel” as 2017’s most notable Jewish book.
The United Kingdom apparently has a soft spot for misunderstood monsters.
There were people that were literally willing to lay down their lives for culture.
It’s officially movie awards season: The Golden Globes, the first major film and television awards show of the year, will take place on January 7.
Allen sees his own objectification of teenage girls as not only acceptable, but also an essential part of his legacy.
If only Trump Jr. had, ahem, taken a precaution with Russian emails: “Burn After Reading.”
“If you could imagine a divine version of yourself, that’s how you think of God.”
There’s a world of film beyond the bounds of Lifetime and the Hallmark Channel. Read on for dispatches from that rumored land.
Sarah Jessica Parker will don her best babushka garb — no Manolo Blahniks in Ukraine! — for her new HBO series, “Sex and the Shtetl.”
“Fiddler on the Roof” began life as a Sholem Aleichem story, penned in Yiddish. The show will return to that language in summer 2018.