In Conversation: Mi Polin

    Mi Polin, founded by Helena Czernek and Aleksander Prugar in 2014, is a contemporary Judaica design studio, the first of its kind in Poland since the end of World War II. Now available in the Jewish Museum Shop, Mi Polin’s Mezuzah From This Home is a series of bronze mezuzahs cast from imprints left [...]

If These Walls Could Talk:
The Warburg Mansion

In Gilded Age New York, Fifth Avenue was host to a score of millionaires’ mansions. As the city expanded, wealthy inhabitants moved further and further north to escape the development downtown. Whereas Astor Place was the height of fashion in the 1830s, by the 1870s the desired addresses were located at 59th Street and above. [...]