When New York Times writer Dave Itzkoff was 8, two things happened: He successfully lobbied to never go to Hebrew School again and he learned his father was a cocaine addict. Heeb sat down with Dave to talk about his new book, Alf and his father's circumcision.
Media theorist and proto-cyberpunk Douglas Rushkoff sat down with Heeb to discuss his new book, the history of the Jews and what our code-filled future holds.
Picker and his band create a perfect synthesis of classical music and folk rock — mostly-acoustic, meditative story songs complete with a miniature orchestra.
Experience for yourself the bizarre, childish brand of improv that has earned them a spot at the Edinburgh Comedy Festival two years in a row.
Her YouTube channel is loaded with enough celebrity satire that could easily out-muscle your typical cable tv cheerleader (i.e. Chelsea Handler).
To promote Joan Rivers: A Piece of Work, the legendary comic entertained some reporters: "Oh my goodness, It's like Passover in here!"
Heeb's interview with the (now) former food columnist of the NY Times.