A.J. Goldmann talks to Israeli filmmaker Jonathan Sagall, about his new film “Lipstikka,” which recently premiered at the Berlin International Film Festival.
Jan Ellen Spiegel looks at a new exhibit of Jewish-themed art by Norman Gorbaty, who is just being discovered at the age of 78.
Benjamin Ivry revisits the legacy of hotel architect Morris Lapidus, whose over-the-top designs were often the subject of critical scorn.
Philologos digs up 10 Yiddish words for “potato.”
Jenna Weissman Joselit reminds us that church and state in America aren’t always as separate as we think.
Allison Yarrow reviews “The Gospel of Anarchy,” the debut novel by Justin Taylor.