Whether we like it or not, we’re all “Charlie.”
The story of an Ottoman Jewish family in Paris.
While French authorities have denounced the anti-Semitic attacks roiling the country, they have refused to name the source of the violence—or to do much about it.
In scenes reminiscent of a pogrom, thugs assault French Jews on streets and in synagogues. Will the government act? Does a greater catastrophe loom?
The 1940 Nazi invasion of France turned the country’s classical-music scene into a mix of the good, the bad, and the ugly.
In Paris, an unoriginal exhibition of Chagall’s middle-period paintings has entranced both audiences and critics; in Liverpool, a show of his prodigious early work has. . .
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