Arthur Ashkin won the Nobel Prize in Physics this year for his invention of optic tweezers, becoming the oldest person to collect the honor.
“Free speech” shouldn’t mean free hate speech. It’s time to clear social media of their cesspits of hate.
Ten years ago I interviewed Gary Shteyngart for a profile in Zeek. At the time his hair was brown and mine covered my head. In the time since then he has continued to put out books at a steady rate of one every three or four years. His earlier novels (“Absurdistan” and “The Russian Debutante’s Handbook”) were about Americans’ crazy adventures in the disintegrating Soviet Empire. His most recent two novels have dealt with dystopian visions of America, especially related to the unhealthy distribution and importance of money and credit.
Save for director Sam Mendes, there’s nothing Jewish about Jez Butterworth’s “Ferryman,” yet its themes are universal.
The only journalist to set foot on the set of “Who Is America” looks at Sacha Baron Cohen’s show as a genre-defying piece of improvisation.
An introduction to the inner life of comedian Gilda Radner — sexism, eating disorders, and her tragic death of cancer at a young age.
Here are the seven greatest quotes from Neil Simon, who died on August 25, 2018.
Michael Cohen entered a guilty plea on August 21 and, when questioned by the judge about his state of mind and consumption of drugs or alcohol said “Last night at dinner I had a glass of Glenlivet 12 on the rocks.”
The British Labour Party has a shoddy track record on anti-Semitism, which has created an air of unease for British Jews.
Using Jewish concepts, long-time acquaintance of Roseanne Barr, Shmuley Boteach yet again showed he is her most eloquent defender, bar none.