Books

Saul Bass Forever.

Saul Bass Forever.
By November 16, 2011

Using the title sequences of some of Hollywood’s finest as his canvas, Sul Bass managed to revolutionize graphic design in introducing the fourth dimension of time. Read More

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Keith Richards And Elie Wiesel Are Totally BFF

Keith Richards And Elie Wiesel Are Totally BFF
By November 14, 2011

Keith Richards has won the Norman Mailer Award For a Distinguished Biography for his book. Read More

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Henry And Jews

Henry And Jews
By November 11, 2011

Henry Miller had complicated feelings about Jews, but his works wouldn’t have reached American audiences without them Read More

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Give Etgar Keret A Hand

Give Etgar Keret A Hand
By November 9, 2011

Want to win money and be published in an Etgar Keret book? (You should really say yes to this…) Read More

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Talking MTV With Rob Tannenbaum

Talking MTV With Rob Tannenbaum
By November 9, 2011

Talking about the network that shaped a generation with the guy who wrote the book about it. Read More

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Revisiting Chaim Potok’s “The Chosen”

Revisiting Chaim Potok’s “The Chosen”
By November 2, 2011

Revisiting a Jewish classic, as an adult. Read More

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Shalom Auslander Looks For A Holocaust Hiding Spot

Shalom Auslander Looks For A Holocaust Hiding Spot
By October 25, 2011

Shalom Auslander calls Ira Glass, Sarah Vowell, and some of his other friends to ask if he can hide in their attics. Read More

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Jewcy Interviews: Neal Pollack on “Jewball”

Jewcy Interviews: Neal Pollack on “Jewball”
By October 24, 2011

Neal Pollack has written a number of hit books on a wide range of subjects. For his latest, Jewball, Pollack has gone down a different road. Read More

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