In Conversation with Nadia Bolz-Weber
In Let’s Talk About Hard Things, the host of WNYC’s award-winning podcast “Death, Sex, & Money” employs the best of what she’s learned from her podcast to share why having tough conversations is important and how to have them in a thoughtful and generous way.
In Conversation with Adam Pally
In The Wreckage of My Presence, the actor and co-host of the hit podcast “Bitch Sesh” shares her thoughts on modern-day womanhood and motherhood and argues that lowbrow pop culture is the perfect lens through which to examine human nature
In Conversation with Kara Swisher
In Antitrust: Taking on Monopoly Power from the Gilded Age to the Digital Age, the senior senator from Minnesota presents the history of antitrust in America and the way forward to protect all Americans from the dangers of curtailed competition, and from vast information gathering, through monopolies.
In Conversation with Priya Krishna
In her debut cookbook, The Pepper Thai Cookbook: Family Recipes From Everyone’s Favorite Thai Mom, Pepper offers 80 stir-fried, saucy, sweet and tangy Thai-style recipes including fried chicken larb, pad Thai brussels sprouts, lemongrass chicken, and the scalloped potatoes. She also shares stories from her life, from the early days of adjusting to living in the U.S. to what it’s like to live with America’s favorite food family.
In Conversation with Reena Ninan
In Noise: A Flaw in Human Judgment, Daniel Kahneman, Olivier Sibony, and Cass Sunstein explain how and why humans are so susceptible to noise in judgment and offer simple remedies for people to reduce both noise and bias, and ultimately make far better decisions.
Unpacking the Pew Research Center’s 2020 Survey of Jewish Americans
Hear about the research findings on millennials from Pew Research Center’s 2020 survey of Jewish Americans and see the findings come to life in a candid conversation with Rabbi Aaron and fellow millennials about how they relate to the range of topics surveyed.
Experience the world premiere virtual screening of Rise Again: Tulsa and the Red Summer. From award-winning journalist DeNeen Brown and acclaimed director Dawn Porter, the documentary film comes one hundred years after the two-day Tulsa Massacre in 1921 that led to the murder of hundreds of Black people and left thousands homeless and displaced.
In Conversation with Zach Braff
In Live Your Life: My Story of Loving and Losing Nick Cordero, Kloots—a host for CBS’s “The Talk” and a celebrity fitness trainer—reflects on life with her husband, a Broadway star and Tony-nominee whose public battle with Covid-19 and tragic death made headlines around the world.