Is there really no such thing as bad publicity?
Marathoner, former Wall Streeter, mentalist, the entertainer builds from Jesus’ initial trick of turning water into wine
His opponent–aside from Twitter–is Scott Stringer
The longtime host of NPR flagship WNYC’s morning call-in show talks about being a radio mensch, Rush Limbaugh, and city politics
What a newly-released UJA study reveals
Children’s book artists donate auction items after school library loses funding
The former mayor, who had a deep relationship with Catholicism, will be memorialized in a Mass at St. Patrick’s
How will Baz Luhrmann’s film portray Meyer Wolfsheim, a 2-D figment in a 3-D extravaganza?
For Sharon Kleinbaum—friend of Christine Quinn, partner to Randi Weingarten—the personal is political
Helene Wecker’s new The Golem and the Jinni reads like When Harry Met Sally, if Harry and Sally were beasts
Offered resignation after NY Post revealed anti-Semitic tweets
A song, a bard, a real estate mogul, and a famous property
This could be a very entertaining feud!
An update on Friday’s big story
The leader of a historic Lower East Side synagogue wants to tear it down to build luxury condos
Rozanne Gold remembers cooking for Hizzoner
More interviews of Hizzoner have been released
Former New York City mayor Ed Koch, who died today, spoke to Tablet in 2011 about politics and Judaism
A film and several books spotlight the 1970s—when the city embraced Soviet Jews, and a new world was born
Tablet Original Fiction: Broken lives collide in the shadow of the Cyclone
Is the free-associating tour guide and hipster icon, star of a Hulu original series, the hidden saint of our times?
The annual sales include postcards from Alan Dershowitz’s collection and a stunning 18th-century Haggadah
A tribute to the free-associating genius of the Silver Jews, whose work has flowed in and out of my life
On the anniversary of the Beatle’s assassination, turning to his wild, controversial biographer for enlightenment
A new collection of Jerzy Kosinski’s interviews and speeches reveals an Everyman who worked on his own terms
How the godfather of X-rated animation—subject of recent screenings—paved the way for South Park
The museum’s striking exhibit revives the work of Polish sculptor and Holocaust survivor Alina Szapocznikow
John Zorn’s Tzadik record label compiles the radical work of the 1980s New York jazz group Hasidic New Wave
The maestro slams artistic boycotts and Israel’s Palestinian stance as his Philharmonic visits Carnegie Hall
The great architect’s park, designed in 1974, finds kinship with Roman and Egyptian ruins, with their silent, powerful massing