In Conversation with Jeffrey Goldberg
Federal Donuts: The (Partially) True Spectacular Story chronicles the quirky story of how a harebrained idea resulted in a mini empire and turned Philadelphia into a donut destination.
During Chanukah, experience the 9th annual night of funny, poignant, powerful, and peculiar autobiographical stories about all things Jewish, not-so-Jewish, and wanna-be Jewish.
In his new book, We Were Eight Years in Power, Coates examines the threads between the unprecedented election of Barack Obama and the vicious backlash that fueled the election of Donald Trump.
With Senator Chris Murphy
Bullets into Bells is a powerful call to end gun violence in America. The anthology’s editors and contributors, as well as those working to prevent gun violence in DC, share readings and reflections, followed by a panel conversation with Senator Chris Murphy.
Journalist Wajahat Ali moderates a conversation with fellow journalists about the role Muslim-American writers play in the news media, the extent of biased reporting about Muslims, and the rise of fake news and sensationalism.
From the best-selling author of What Is the What comes The Monk of Mokha, the true story of Mokhtar Alkhanshali, a young Yemeni-American man raised in San Francisco, who dreams of resurrecting the ancient art of Yemeni coffee but finds himself trapped in Sana’a by civil war.
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