Articles written by Danielle Berrin
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Katzenberg: Ready to take a gamble
Second of a three-part series. (The first part can be read in the July 26 issue of Heritage) Jeffrey Katzenberg grew up in Manhattan, the son of an artist mother and a stockbroker father. By the time... Full story
Did Hollywood Heil Hitler?
Many people, Jew and non-Jew alike, have wondered who they might have been during the Holocaust. A righteous gentile like Schindler? A self-serving member of the Judenrat? In other words, a person of courage or cowardice? Now, nearly seven decades la... Full story
Katzenberg: Mogul on a mission
First of a three-part series. My big mistake, upon arriving at Jeffrey Katzenberg’s office, is that I didn’t bring my ballet slippers. But no one really told me about the choreography of a visit... Full story
F. Scott Fitzgerald proclaimed his distaste for Jews with his clichéd portrait of gangster Meyer Wolfsheim in his Jazz Age opus “The Great Gatsby.” The crucial but peripheral character is never described in detail, save for an upfront... Full story
Philip Roth says he has '2 great calamities to face'
The camera opens on a frazzled Philip Roth. He is futzing with the horseshoe of hair he has left, rubbing his face and furrowing his unruly brow as a look of supreme unease settles over his face. For a man who recently announced his retirement, he... Website