Two of our favorite funny ladies with a serious side, Lena Dunham and Sarah Silverman, opened up today in an interview through Lenny, Dunham’s website and newsletter.
In an important first-person essay for Glamour, Jewish comedienne Sarah Silverman opens up about her experience with depression.
April 18 is National Record Store Day. To celebrate, Stand Up! Records is rereleasing a rare and long out of print Joan Rivers album, complete with an essay by Sarah Silverman.
American comedian Sarah Silverman called on Israeli voters to cast their ballots for the left-wing Meretz party.
BACKWARD: Joan Rivers had her funeral all planned out. Will the self-planned shiva become a Jewish celebrity trend?
The Sarah Silverman that the world knows and loves is a loudmouthed, foulmouthed, ribald comedian who tramples on the boundaries of social decency with sharp purpose and uproarious glee.
Sarah Silverman, our favorite potty-mouthed comedian, joins a long line of prominent Jewish celebrities to make a comic book cameo appearance.
Security guards at the Western Wall entrance confiscated menorahs from several women, but dozens held a candle-lighting ceremony in the women’s section.
Unlike other Jewish comics, Amy Schumer’s point of view is unapologetically feminine. She represents a new stage in the evolution of the funny JAP, writes Elissa Strauss.
It’s not often we get an ‘aww’ moment courtesy of Sarah Silverman. The comedian took to Twitter to share a video of her sister, Rabbi Susan Silverman, greeting her adoptive son for the first time.