From the New York Times op-ed columnist comes How to Know a Person, a practical and heartfelt guide to the art of truly knowing another person in order to foster deeper connections at home, at work, and throughout our lives.
In Conversation with Daniel Silva
In this achingly vulnerable memoir, Being Henry, the Emmy-award winning actor shares the disheartening truth of his childhood, the difficulties of a life with severe dyslexia, the pressures of a role that takes on a life of its own, and the path forward once your wildest dream seems behind you.
In Conversation with Brendan Canty
Jeff Tweedy, songwriter and founding member and front man of the GRAMMY Award-winning rock band Wilco, reflects on why we listen to music, why we love songs, and how music can connect us to each other and to ourselves in World Within a Song: Music that Changed My Life and Life that Changed My Music.
It’s never been easy to talk about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, but the escalation over the past few weeks has made the topic even more highly charged. Whether you’re feeling overwhelmed by the news or your social media feed, or just don’t know how to approach having these hard conversations with a partner, friend, or colleague, Rabbi Aaron offers tips to help you have more productive discussions across differences and approach this emotional topic with open-mindedness, nuance, and respect.
with Rabbi Nora
This inclusive service led by Rabbi Nora and Sixth & I’s musicians blends contemporary and traditional elements for an experience that feels both familiar and fresh.
One of the most influential groups of our era, the Quartet celebrates 50 years of artistic leadership with music from their legacy initiative, 50 For the Future: The Learning Repertoire, a series of commissions by composers from around the world.
During this critical moment of tension and strife between the Arab and Jewish communities in Israel, hear from voices seeking to build bridges and promote justice and democracy. Sally Abed and Alon-Lee Green, leaders of the grassroots movement Standing Together (Omdim Beyachad) will discuss their community of Jewish and Palestinian citizens of Israel who are working together for change in the shared interest of peace and security
A Creative Processing Space
Through meditation, writing and reflection exercises, and conversation facilitated by Rabbi Nora, take time to connect to yourself and others and process what’s been coming up for us in response to the attack on Israel and the ensuing war in Israel and Gaza. Come with your favorite art supplies, a journal, and an open mind.
Influenced by a kaleidoscope of musical traditions, this powerhouse collective of women from uniquely different backgrounds, ages, and views weaves interactive conversation segments with songs in a Nashville-style round.