Karl Schmidt-Rottluff 'Nude' disappeared from storage in Germany after Jewish owner fled to England.
Jay Schottenstein took most of the flak over the event scheduled for October in Rabin Square, after he was mentioned as a sponsor.
For over 60 years Stenia Veroslavsky created iconically Israeli textile products, which now serve to define a time of innocence when table etiquette didn’t involve iPhones and TV dinners.
A Max Liebermann painting stolen by the Nazis was auctioned in Germany to a Holocaust survivor – but now the heir of its original owner wants it back.
Erich von Stroheim wasn't a German, or a nobleman, or a sadist, or much of a soldier, but he was one hell of a liar.
Russian-American writer Masha Gessen’s 'Where the Jews Aren't' tells the story of the failed Jewish Autonomous Region in Birobidzhan without being treacly or preachy.
Rokhl Oyerbakh and Deborah Lipstadt disrupted the male-dominated study of the Shoah. The re-energized Holocaust denial on show this election season gives the two upcoming films about them a depressing relevance.
From Woody Allen’s TV premiere to Sarah Jessica Parker’s long-awaited return to HBO, a few options for cool-weather stay-at-home time.
Glueckl of Hameln wrote of her perfectly pious husband, helping Chmielnicki survivors – and her own 'ethical will.'
Some shows to look out for during this Sunday’s Emmys Awards Ceremony.