It’s a telling view from Constitution Gardens on the National Mall.
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The biblical Purim story recalls FBI efforts to infiltrate mob law firms in John Grisham’s popular novels.
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“There is clearly some form of human impulse to make figurative art,” says Thanasi Papapostolou.
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My interview yesterday with the Illinois public radio program The 21st.
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Paintings as wall placeholders.
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On a recent visit to the International Spy Museum, I was surprised by the overlaps between chess and reconnaissance.
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A 2020 Fetzer Institute study of U.S. spirituality has an artful focus.
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Sometimes it’s good to aim very high, even if it’s out of reach.
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Space lasers aside, Jewish meteorological mastery is rooted in tradition.
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Reflections on abandoned churches stateside and overseas.
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So says Talya Weinberg, who has been teaching art virtually for nearly a year.
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An 18th century textile—once adorning a synagogue ark—bears the unusual signature of a young Italian Jewish woman and blankets a fascinating rabbit hol…
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