With The Common Good, the economist, former Secretary of Labor, and public policy professor presents a clear-eyed manifesto on why we must restore the idea of the common good to the center of our economics and politics.
A Carlebach-inspired service led by Chazzan Larry Paul and musician Robyn Helzner, followed by dinner and Shabbat singing. Enjoy appetizers and drinks before the 6:45 pm service. Open to all.
Reigning Metropolitan Museum of Art Quartet-in-Residence PUBLIQuartet launched to national attention in 2016 with their acclaimed “Requiem for a Debate” on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. The ensemble presents a program of works by a diverse body of composers.
In Conversation with J.D. Vance
In Political Tribes, Chua outlines how the U.S. has ignored the importance of tribal politics and argues that our country must rediscover a national identity that transcends group differences.
In Conversation with Michel Martin
From the award-winning author of White Teeth, On Beauty, and Swing Time, comes Feel Free, a collection of essays covering recent events in culture, politics, and the author’s own life.
Experience a full megillah reading and our irreverent and politically incorrect spiel, a satirical spin on the traditional Purim story. Then get your glow on at our blacklight after-party (costumes encouraged) featuring a live DJ, dancing, libations, and a hamantaschen dessert bar.
- Feb 28, 2018 • 7:30 pm
$18 all-access tickets
$12 megillah & spiel only
What does it mean to be an American? In Stranger, the Emmy-award winning journalist and Univision anchor explores his own biography as an immigrant from Mexico, with America’s long immigration history as a backdrop, to answer this question and more about our current political moment.