In Labor of Love: The Invention of Dating, Weigel follows the concept of dating to its origin in the late 19th century and guides us back to the present for a lively history of how Americans – women, men, gay, straight, black, and white – have approached the public and private activities of love and sex.
The World According to Star Wars is an original celebration of George Lucas’s masterpiece and an exploration of what we can learn from Star Wars: history, presidential politics, law, economics, fatherhood and culture.
In The Art of Tough, Senator Boxer shares her provocative and touching recollections of service, and cements her commitment to the fight for women, families, healthcare, and environmental protection.
Featuring Joshua Malina
The West Wing and Scandal actor talks about how to make it in Hollywood and still remain a mensch. Followed by a Shavuot festival with babka ice cream sandwiches, a discussion about the Jewishness of The West Wing, and more.
Jewish Primary Day School of the Nation’s Capital 10th Anniversary Yitzhak Rabin Memorial Lecture
U.S. Ambassador to Israel Daniel Shapiro, in dialogue with Washington Post columnist Charles Lane, will share his insights into peacemaking and the legacy of Rabin twenty years later. Yuval Rabin, the son More +
In Conversation with Noam Scheiber
In Louis D. Brandeis: American Prophet, leading legal expert and CEO of the National Constitution Center Jeffrey Rosen explores Brandeis’s legacy, revealing him as the most far-seeing constitutional philosopher of the twentieth century.