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"On Division" Author Goldie Goldbloom in conversation with Cheryl Pearl Sucher

In Goldbloom's new novel, a mother of 10 finds herself pregnant in middle-age. For the first time she has a secret — that slowly separates her from the community. "As beautiful as it is unexpected” — Claire Messud.

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LGBTQ

Talks

"The Newish Jewish Encyclopedia: From Abraham to Zabar's and Everything in Between"

Streisand to Seinfeld, bashert to balaboosta: join us for the release of this highly anticipated creation by the team behind the popular podcast "Unorthodox." The event will be followed by a book-signing reception. 

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Talks

Cathleen Schine in Conversation About "The Grammarians"

From the comic novelist called "a modern-day Jewish Jane Austen" by People magazine comes a new novel about two sisters that celebrates the beauty, mischief and treachery of language.

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Talks

Selected Shorts: Etgar Keret & Joyce Carol Oates

Short story sensation Keret, five-time Pulitzer Prize finalist Oates, Liev Schreiber and others come together for an evening of genre-bending fiction, including selections from Keret's new collection, "Fly Already."

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Theater & Dance

Josh Gondelman: "Nice Try" Book Release Show

The Emmy Award-winning comedian's new collection of hilarious and poignant essays will be celebrated with stand-up by Gary Gulman, Emmy Blotnick, Karen Chee and The Lucas Brothers. 

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Comedy

"Fleishman Is in Trouble": A Novel

Taffy Brodesser-Akner on her new novel, a New York Times bestseller and timely exploration of marriage, divorce and the bewildering dynamics of ambition. "Utter perfection.” — Elizabeth Gilbert ("Eat Pray Love").  

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Talks

Josh Gondelman in Conversation with Aparna Nancherla

A talk about the Emmy-winning stand-up comic' new book, "Nice Try: Stories of Best Intentions and Mixed Results," about the pratfalls of being known as a “nice guy” in comedy and much more.

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Talks

Stephen Kinzer on "Poisoner in Chief: Sidney Gottlieb and the CIA Search for Mind Control"

The bestselling author tells the story of a hidden godfather of the 1960s counterculture who oversaw the CIA’s secret, deadly drug and mind-control experiments and the ex-Nazi scientists who worked on them.

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Talks

Bari Weiss in Conversation with Jake Tapper on "How to Fight Anti-Semitism"

Join the New York Times columnist for a conversation about her new book, the recent explosion of the issue, her deeply personal relationship to the issue, and how all Americans can fight back against hatred.

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Talks

The Workmen's Circle Hosts Author Steven Greenhouse

The longtime New York Times correspondent will join the Workmen's Circle to discuss his new book, “Beaten Down, Worked Up: The Past, Present, and Future of American Labor.”

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