Russell Crowe is set to appear as Noah in Darren Aronofsky’s biblical-themed movie of the same name.
The Village Voice gives high praise to a new exhibit by Israeli artist Oded Hirsch.
Francine Prose writes on Edith Wharton for the New York Review of Books.
Margaret Eby looks at the strange relationship between Houdini and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle for The Paris Review.
Where is the next Gloria Steinem? The New York Times wants to know.
It’s the Haredi Western. Or a secular imagining of it, at any rate.
Two historic portraits of Benjamin and Maria Gratz are back together in Philadelphia.
Say hello to America’s only Black-Jewish Irish dancing champion.
See Philip Roth take a break.
Samuel Glazer, the inventor of drip coffee, has died at 89.