Brief Review: Jews and Madison Avenue; the BRCA Gene
Television Mad Men By 1960, New York’s Madison Avenue was home to the world’s most powerful advertising agencies, but Jewish agencies—and clients—often weren’t welcome at
Letter to the Editor: A Kosher Correction; Great Men Remembered
Doggone It “The Jewish Traveler: Los Angeles” (June/July issue) mentioned that “it’s a tradition to line up for an all-beef hot dog at Pink’s,” but
Books: To Catch a Killer: Tales of Jewish Detection
World War II may have ended in 1945, but the search for Nazis continues in new crime thrillers set in Germany, Egypt and Washington, D.C.
Brief Review: Celebrating Israeli Women; Vienna as It Was
Exhibits Warhol’s Jews: Ten Portraits Reconsidered Andy Warhol’s 1980 take on Jewish luminaries includes a gently smiling Golda Meir, a blue study of Franz Kafka,