In her now infamous New Yorker piece, Lena Dunham acted like an outsider looking in. Doing this made it not just unfunny but anti-Semitic, J.E. Reich says.
The Anti-Defamation League has called Lena Dunham’s recent controversial piece in the New Yorker “tasteless” and “offensive.”
Many have declared Lena Dunham’s essay comparing her Jewish boyfriend to her dog to be anti-Semitic. It’s not, Hilary Saunders argues. Have we lost our sense of humor?
Can death be funny? New Yorker cartoonist Roz Chast combines both tragic and comic aspects of her parents’ demise in her new graphic memoir.
A founder of the Genesis Philanthropy Group, the Jewish charity that gave a $1 million prize to Michael Bloomberg, carried a gun to business meetings.
Jonah Lehrer says he’s sorry for the Bob Dylan plagiarism scandal that got him fired from the New Yorker. He also pocketed a cool $20,000 for his troubles.
New Yorker magazine editor and Pulitzer-Prize winning author David Remnick accused Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday of endangering Israel, interfering in U.S. elections and aligning with Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney in a “neocon strategy” against U.S. President Obama.
Jonah Lehrer, a staff writer for The New Yorker, resigned hours after Tablet Magazine published an article revealing that he had fabricated Bob Dylan quotes in a recent book.