Friday Sep 12
Vatican Absolves Jews for the Alleged Murder of Jesus Christ
Rose Colored Glasses: The New York City skyline is reflected in these politically-concious 'I Like Ike' sunglasses at a fashion show for a sunglasses manufacturers' convention in New York. With the onset of the current war, the Jews of Warsaw, Poland, are already experiencing difficulties and privations.
Sincere Auto Care: Mitchell-Innes & Nash exhibits the work of Justine Kurland
Mitchell-Innes & Nash announces Justine Kurland: Sincere Auto Care, on view at their Chelsea location from September 4 - October 11, 2014. This is the gallery's third solo exhibition of Kurland's work, and coincides with a group exhibition curated by Justine Kurland at their 1018 Madison Avenue location titled Days Inn.
Heineken Pop-Up City Lounge to Debut at London Design Festival
The Heineken Pop-Up City Lounge will launch at this year's London Design Festival from September 18th-21st.
Yiddish Writers Murdered By Stalin Honored
The August 12, 1952 murder of Soviet Yiddish writers was commemorated at this year's August 12 memorial held at the Center for Jewish History.
Museum of Modern Art Warsaw Selects Thomas Phifer and Partners for Warsaw Complex
The Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw, Poland, has selected Thomas Phifer and Partners to design its new arts complex.
Was Pope John Paul II Good for the Jews?
John Paul II's Letter to a Jewish Friend: The Heart-Rending Story of Two Polish Boys Divided by World War II, Reunited by Love by Gian Franco Svidercoschi The Crossroad Publishing Company, 108 pages, $13.13 In April, when Pope John Paul II became Saint John Paul the Great, admirers recalled the late pontiff's affinity for the Jews.