This month’s release of Live at Stubb’s Vol. III marks 10 years in the limelight for Matisyahu, the American Jewish reggae rapping sensation. But it hasn’t all been smooth sailing for the man his fans commonly refer to as Matis.
This year’s Ethel LeFrak Holocaust Education Conference includes an exhibition of the work of Polish-Jewish artist Arthur Szyk. A contemporary of Chagall, Szyk was largely forgotten in the decades immediately following WWII, but may now be ideally positioned to serve as bridge for continuing Jewish-Christian dialogue on the Holocaust and beyond.
In Labyrinth of Lies, a young lawyer decides to prosecute Nazi soldiers nearly 20 years after the end of World War II. Moment speaks with the film’s director about how the trials changed present-day Germany.