Benjamin Ivry remembers conductor George Szell, who may have been a dictator on the podium, but was no Nazi.
Jordana Horn sees “Rabies,” billed as “Israel’s first horror film,” at the Tribeca Film Festival.
Jenna Weissman Joselit keeps track of Jewish Time.
Philologos is singing in the rain.
Steven G. Kellman reviews “Motti,” an offbeat novel by Asaf Schurr.
Dan Friedman celebrates Israeli Independence Day by celebrating Israeli artist Ludwig Blum.