Jody Rosen is a contributing writer for the New York Times Magazine.
The composer-playwright-actor-‘Hamilton’-creator collects multitudes of his Twitter platitudes into a [checks notes] mesmerizing book!
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The spirit of Aretha Franklin, whose songs would shoot through the astral plane—and beyond
The greatest Jewish movie ever made
Here’s to you, Mrs. Robinson
The idea of Jewish-Irish intermarriage
The essence of Mel Brooks
Woody Hearts New York
The Judd Apatow bromance worth keeping
Israel’s existential plight
Nuclear war was never so much fun
Banned in Hollywood, a Harlem Jew makes good in Paris
Fast Times at Westerberg High
Nostalgia in the language of the Old World
Things get loud
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