Claims for plundered art must be dealt with efficiently and independently, says Anne Webber, from the Commission for Looted Art in Europe.
'Rainbow Jews' archive displays stories from the Holocaust through the persecution of gays in the 1960s to the present day.
Anna Whitwham isn’t Jewish, but she knew she had to give her protagonist Jewish roots. After all, Hebrew hammers hit hard in Britain starting in King George III’s day.
John Kasmin's gallery was a cultural hub of the Swinging Sixties; now he's focused on the humble postcard.
In 'Religion and Anarchy,' a searing new drama by the famed Jewish-British playwright, anti-Semitism takes center stage.
Documentary by former Catskills camper and Turkish Muslim shows how Jewish comedy was schooled at the summer resort - and how many types of herring were on the breakfast menu.
Sure, a rich husband doesn’t mean a decent one. But at least Nigella Lawson has the wherewithal to give as good as she gets.
In Luhrmann's film adaptation of the F. Scott Fitzgerald classic, one of literature's most lazily sketched anti-Semitic caricatures is deftly played by ... a Bollywood idol?