King Khanhe of the Shrines, the King Khan & BBQ Show, the Black Jaspers, the... oh, you get the ideais back, but then he never really leaves. This native Canadian, now living in Berlin between endless globe-hopping and side projects, is a busy man. He's in the Big Apple this week with ... More >>
The new Olivier by way of John Belushi, Mark Rylance is willing to go to even darker places than an electrician in a power blackout.
Three years ago, he won a Tony for his Buster Keaton-ish deadpan in Boeing Boeing, and more recently he played a scary vulgarian who spoke in verse in the stim ... More >>
L'Chaim is a new kosher vodka imported from Israel just in time for kosher holiday cocktails.
[NY Daily News]
The 415 spots available at six dinners by Thomas Keller in Hong Kong were all snapped up six months in advance at $835 per person.
[Wall Street Journal]
The recession in Europe has ... More >>
Debate continues to rage in the British press as to whether or not Caryl Churchill's new playlet Seven Jewish Children is anti-Semitic or not. The 10-minute piece, which was written is response to Israel's invasion of Gaza, just concluded its run at London's Royal Court, where it was met with a ra ... More >>
That is, a president who's finally trying to persuade Hebrews.
George Mitchell, chatting last April at Leeds Met in the U.K. about brokering peace deals.
With just a few big steps, Barack Obama has erased George W. Bush's plodding steps in the Middle East sands.
After eight years of an administr ... More >>
Al Jazeera reporting on the war in Gaza
Will somebody please call this a war?
You won't find the word "war" in this morning's lede story in the New York Times on Israel's bombardment and invasion of Gaza.
Is the Times afraid of offending New York's Jews, especially the right-wing Jewish establ ... More >>