(Curly) Shuffle on over to the Stoogeum

10,000-square-feet of memorabilia, photographs and movie props let Stooges fans get their nyuck, nyuck, nyucks out

Something old, something new

Jewish Museum of Maryland exhibit tracks the evolution of Jewish marriage

Grandfather of Pop Art explores ‘elegance’ of black and white

Alex Katz exhibits at American University

Clash of countries, mix of cultures

Lyubov Ostrovska and Vitaly Kroner have shaped their careers based on the needs of the societies they’ve lived in. Ostrovska has worked as a biologist...

The stuff of a legend

There’s Paul Simon’s first acoustic guitar, early lyrics of legendary song “The Boxer” scrawled inside a 1968 issue of Mainliner magazine and a notepad...

Curator preserves history of Jews in Curaçao

A small sign hangs on the corner of the light yellow building directing tourists to the entrance of Mikve Israel – Emanuel synagogue and...

Jewish artist’s Lincoln portrait gets a moment in the sun

Most days, a little-known 19th-century portrait of Abraham Lincoln by Solomon Nunes Carvalho (1815-1895) is tucked away in archival storage at Brandeis University’s Rose...

Oy Ray!

A reluctant Jewish artist’s work on exhibit

Fears captured in a pool of ink

Photos of youngsters in water encompass love, worries of motherhood

A Jewish reason for the season

'Marriage of the Virgin' puts Mary in a Jewish context