Chinese food is synonymous with behaving badly in Ashkenazi culture, Andrew Dubrov writes. Calvin Trillin critics should chew on that.
The Israel Project’s Facebook post featuring a tightly-clad female soldier is just the latest example of a conscious mission to sell Israel with sex, Andrew Dubrov writes.
The first season of Jill Soloway’s ‘Transparent’ was hailed as groundbreaking. The show’s second season goes even deeper, Andrew Dubrov writes — and it’s just as Jewish.
When we last left ‘Transparent’’s Pfefferman clan, they were at a shiva. Now, at the start of the show’s second season, we rejoin them at a wedding.
In the span of four months, Netflix has managed to revive two strains of Jewish Generation-X comedy. ‘Wet Hot American Summer’ brought the nostalgia.’W/Bob and David’ brings irreverence.
As ‘Wet Hot American Summer’ gets its prequel, Jon Stewart prepares to make his exit. But the two have more in common than just timing. Andrew Dubrov takes us down the rabbit hole.
What’s not to love about Camp Firewood? With a prequel series to ‘Wet Hot American Summer’ set to premiere on Netflix this week, Andrew Dubrov waxes poetic about the cult classic.