Brooklyn has a new Jewish superhero.
A synagogue and a church will share space in a historic New York chapel.
Joel Schalit writes an open letter to Gunter Grass.
The Jewish Journal talks to Frank London of The Klezmatics.
Herman Wouk, who will be 97 in May, is coming out with a new novel.
The latest issue of the LABA journal is out, featuring essays by Elissa Strauss, Stephen Hazan Arnoff, and Ruby Namdar.
Adler Peckerar of Yiddishkayt LA is launching the Helix Project, an all-expenses-paid Jewish roots tour of Eastern Europe.
Adam Kirsch traces the evolution of Susan Sontag through her journals.
Literary scholar Edmund L. Epstein, credited with American success of “Lord of the Flies,” has died at 80.