“When I was a clown,” Keret said, “my instinct was to refuse instruction.”
Treat the next few days like a true winter weekend by settling in with one of several exciting new books.
Justice Abella hails Etgar Keret as Israel’s “young Boswell’ at the Charles Bronfman Prize ceremony.
Everything was wrong. And then everything was right again, at least in the room where Etgar Keret received the Charles Bronfman Prize.
Ira Glass and Mike Birbiglia discuss improv, dreams, and their new movie.
A grad student hitchhiking to ‘anywhere’ winds up taking a wrong turn in Belgium and is busted for smuggling Barbie dolls. If it sounds like ‘This American Life,’ it should.
“To quote your Jewish pope, Moses, revenge is a dish best served Kosher. That’s why I am once again offering my Atone Phone hot line. If you’re Jewish and you gave me tsuris during the year 5772 just pick up the phone before Yom Kippur and dial 1-888-667-7539.”
Ira Glass is no Howard Stern — yet. By that we mean he isn’t the King of All Media (Stern’s self-anointed title), but at the very least he’s the crown prince and heir apparent.