Victory Lap: Auxerre’s Israeli midfielder Ben Sahar celebrates after scoring a goal against Caen during a French League Cup soccer match at the Abbe-Deschamps stadium in Auxerre.
Up-Do: Actress Lauren Storm wears her hair piled high at the Los Angeles premiere of the Twyla Tharp-Frank Sinatra Musical ‘Come Fly Away’ at the Pantages Theatre in Hollywood.
Headliner: Violinist Joshua Bell is all smiles at the reopening of the New York City Center. He played “Summer” from Vivaldi’s “Four Seasons” and “Maria” from Bernstein’s “West Side Story” at this inaugural performance in the newly renovated space.
Fly With Her: ‘Millionaire Matchmaker’ Patti Stanger is a vision in leather at the Los Angeles premiere of the Twyla Tharp-Frank Sinatra Musical ‘Come Fly Away’ at the Pantages Theatre in Hollywood.
Black Tie: Actors Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker get all gussied up for the reopening of the New York City Center.
He’s Got Rhythm: New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg conducts the Encores! Orchestra at the reopening of the the New York City Center. The performance was an homage to Mayor Fiorello La Guardia, who conducted the New York Philharmonic at the inauguration of New York City Center in 1943.
A Father’s Grief: Amy Winehouse’s father, Mitch Winehouse, and her stepmother, Jane, leave St. Pancras Coroner’s Court in London. Today’s inquest into the late singer’s death found that Winehouse died of alcohol poisoning.
What's it like to be the female coach of an all-male yeshiva sports team?
“I like to find people who really stand out in the crowd, who are really confident and really expressing themselves no matter what they’re doing with their fashion. And the whole point is, I want them to look older. If someone looks too young, I don’t take their photograph.”
American Jews weren't always considered white — so why does ABC's new comedy "Black-ish" represent them as the epitome of whiteness?
Watch the trailer here — and see what happens when this boy decides he desperately wants a bar mitzvah.
Did wealthy donors influence the University of Illinois decision to de-hire Steven Salaita?
Why did Palestinian writer Sayed Kashua look so sad at the Telluride Film Festival?
The IDF is bracing itself for another slugfest.
Read J.J. Goldberg's latest analysis.
“Was I aware at the time that we were making history? There was no time to think about it. You did what you had to do. You did it and that’s all. If you were lucky, you got home. If you weren’t, you didn’t. It was as simple as that. We gave, we sacrificed, what we thought should be done, we did it.”
“Girls are ambushed almost daily, while a boy is rarely seen getting chastised for his clothing. This inequality exposes the misogyny underlying the rules.This predatory culture is counterproductive. It causes negative associations with the concept of modesty and makes girls feel hunted.”
It's common for Orthodox high schools to require girls to wear skirts. But has Yeshiva Flatbush gone too far? http://jd.fo/f5E4q
Steven Pinker is bringing Strunk and White into the 21st century:
Meet 110 Jewish women who changed France: http://jd.fo/t5K2U
Who would you add to the list?
“I see vaccinations as the problem. It’s a hoax. Even the Salk [polio] vaccine is a hoax. It’s just big business.”
Do these views worry you?
"If Ruth Calderon did not exist, it would be necessary to dream of someone like her."
"I spent time in the village Shejaiya. It is a total ruin with no habitable house left. It is a vast expanse of gray rock and debris, rubble and ruin, welter and waste. Anything that is upright is barely so; everything is blown to bits on every side. There is a putrid smell in the air, and I was told that it is rotting animal carcasses not yet removed from the debris."