In Poland and Hungary, one of the largest cases of Nazi art theft remains unresolved.
Jason Schwartzman loves being “Bored to Death.”
Garry Shandling’s pioneering HBO sitcom “The Larry Sanders Show” is getting a revival on DVD.
Al Pacino brings Shylock from Central Park to Broadway.
Read a history of Israel’s modern dance movement.
Egyptian author Alaa Al Aswany, author of “The Yacoubian Building,” has objected to having his work translated into Hebrew.
Israeli writer Etgar Keret and artist Michal Rovner have been awarded the French Order of Arts and Letters.
Read an excerpt from Adam Levin’s enormous new novel, “The Instructions.”
Gary Shteyngart gives a tour of his alma mater, Stuyvesant High School.
Dutch novelist Harry Mulisch (the son of a Jewish mother and a Nazi collaborator), Kennedy adviser and self-described “Danish Russian Jewish Unitarian” Theodore Sorensen, and leading Israeli archeologist Ehud Netzer have died.