At first glance, Ewan McGregor seems like an unlikely actor and director to have become obsessed with the Jewish character of Seymour “The Swede” Levov, the tragic hero of his new film, “American Pastoral,” based on Philip Roth’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel.
The day we've been dreading has come.
Rumi’s poetry starts with the opening line “listen to the reed how it complains of separations.”
This year on Erev Rosh Hashanah my dear friend Patty inspired me to write a parallel prayer which focuses on the ways we might live.
Until recently, Nadia Luzina gave lectures on culture and politics to her fellow elderly Russians at a senior center in Mar Vista.
At first glance, Ewan McGregor seems like an unlikely actor and director to have become obsessed with the Jewish character of Seymour “The Swede” Levov,read more
In some respects, Election 2016 has not been American Jewry’s finest hour.
Four years ago, for the holiday of Shavuot, I wrote about my two pygmy goats.
Halloween is almost here, and the time is right for Leo Braudy’s latest work of cultural history and criticism, irresistibly titled “Haunted: On Ghosts,read more