1. Gilbert Gottfried talks about apologizing for a joke (perhaps you remember) with Rabbi Dan Ain at 92YTribeca. What do you atone for? Here’s your chance to observe Yom Kippur with Rabbi Dan and The Sway Machinery’s Jeremiah Lockwood. But you have to meeeeeaaan it.

    Previously: Gilbert Gottfried riffs on non-practicing Jews.

  2. If you’re around a radio/computer this afternoon at 2 pm, tune in to WNYC’s Soundcheck to hear author Antonino D’Ambrosio discuss his book on the making of Johnny Cash’s largely forgotten album, Bitter Tears: Ballads of the American Indian.. 

Antonino will be at 92YTribeca next Wednesday, May 11, with Jeremiah Lockwood. The two will tell the astonishing story—in word, photographs and song—behind Johnny Cash’s virtually unknown folk protest record.

    If you’re around a radio/computer this afternoon at 2 pm, tune in to WNYC’s Soundcheck to hear author Antonino D’Ambrosio discuss his book on the making of Johnny Cash’s largely forgotten album, Bitter Tears: Ballads of the American Indian..

    Antonino will be at 92YTribeca next Wednesday, May 11, with Jeremiah Lockwood. The two will tell the astonishing story—in word, photographs and song—behind Johnny Cash’s virtually unknown folk protest record.