Ep. 198: Celebrating the publication of our new book with help from some famous friends
The comic’s new Netflix special is a masterpiece of emotionally honest, intimate, and hilarious comedy
With No. 3 hitting theaters today, an appreciation of the family of dark-haired perennial outsiders, led by Mel Brooks and Adam Sandler
In the charming comedy ‘The Week Of,’ a reminder that warmth trumps wealth every time
Episode 133: Former Jehovah’s Witness Linda Curtis on being shunned by the religion, Rachel Simmons on empowering young girls today, and more
The final film of Sandler’s initial four-movie deal with Netlflix looks–deep breath–much better than the last three!
Want to give a prize to a rich and famous Jewish entertainer who hardly needs it? OK, but you could still do much better.
Which Jewish musicians have gotten famous lately?
With so many angry aging Jewish men in one place, the new Noah Baumbach movie may as well be a morning minyan at an Upper West Side shul
The comedian is being lauded for his acting in the upcoming film The Meyerowitz Stories. Deserving as he may be, the notion that his performance comes as some surprise is a high-brow cheap shot at the comedic legend.
From Nathan Fielder to Jenny Slate, a new generation of Jewish comedians are ensuring our laughter for years to come
Jewish competitive eater Don ‘Moses’ Lerman devours latkes on the air, Hanukkah Down Under, the best books to gift kids, and more
More than two decades years after its release, the Jewish classic has been given an update
Tablet’s new podcast features guests A.J. Jacobs and Elna Baker talking family reunions, Jews and Mormons, and more
Setting the record straight on the Hall of Famer’s 69th birthday