On the gridiron or the movie set, the Chosen Ones love some traditional ink
In the ’90s, Mary Tyler Moore and I would socialize and dance the hora at Jewish galas around New York City. We spoke a little Yiddish, too.
Drew Barrymore and Will Kopelman have called it quits, and I’m reeling
Harvey Levin, lord of celebrity news rag TMZ, runs a morally ambiguous information-gathering apparatus
The Israeli supermodel wore a custom Chloé dress, of course
The Emmy Award-winning comedienne stays hot
His wife, Emilie Livingston, gave birth to a baby boy named Charlie Ocean on—duh, when else?—Independence Day
Don’t be slouches, tweens!
Why the Kardashian sisters in Israel might not be the worst idea
The couple proves you don’t have to be Jewish to have a Jewish wedding
When celebrities die, tributes flood social media—and I can’t help but ‘dislike’
Tops Forbes list with an influence score of 47
The new Disney Oz flick stars Jewish actors. Somewhere, over the rainbow, that will no longer matter.
Rachel Weisz’s happy life with Daniel Craig makes Jewish men wonder if they can ever be good enough
Anne Hathaway’s and other celebrity weddings suggest that in America Jewishness has become aspirational
The ketubah—the prenup’s antecedent—proves that, although love is ephemeral, a signature is forever
John Travolta’s massages, ‘homosexual Jewish men’ in Hollywood, and the true nature of prejudice
The awkward tribute to the late Whitney Houston at the Grammys proves that the country still hasn’t learned how to mourn properly. But Judaism has.
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