High-profile gifts and new understanding of tax benefits have turned attention to a growing trend in philanthropy
It’s because they’re so adept at performing that getting a straight answer proves almost impossible.
Teens meet in San Diego to share and grapple with competing experiences of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict
Not surprisingly, food, like everything else in Israel, is political.
The minute we feel the world’s grief, we are obligated to it. If there is more grief in this world, then there is more to do.
My editor’s letter for the July, 2016 issue explores my perhaps unhealthy obsession with documentaries about dead musicians.
There are a lot of things people don’t like to talk about. For two recovering addicts, addiction is no longer one of those things.
Lawrence Wright shares why he thinks reality is more compelling than fiction, in advance of “Camp David’s” run at The Old Globe.
The La Jolla Playhouse stages the world premiere of “The Last Tiger in Haiti,” written and directed by UCSD MFA grads.
Forty million people listened to one podcast last year. I spoke with the journalists who made it.
In advance of Mitch Albom’s speaking engagement in San Diego, he and I spoke about his latest work of fiction and how he allowed himself to take risks on this one.
The changing conversation around marijuana, the drug war, and social change