Spiffy in Silver: Zach Braff breaks out his best scarf for the opening night of Broadway’s ‘Godspell’ at the Circle in the Square Theatre in New York.
Gleefully Glamorous: Actress Lea Michele blows a kiss as she arrives at Glamour’s 2011 Women of the Year Awards in New York. While accepting her award, the honoree reportedly shared some juicy details about this evening’s ‘Glee’ episode.
Not So Serious Business: ‘Twilight’ star Nikki Reed cracks up onstage during ‘The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn: Part 1’ Concert Tour at the Buckhead Theatre in Atlanta.
Portrait of the Artist: Photographer Cindy Sherman steps into the limelight to accept an award at Glamour’s 2011 Women of the Year Awards in New York.
After Watergate: Investigative journalist Carl Bernstein attends the 2011 New-York Historical Society History Makers Awards at The Waldorf-Astoria Starlight Roof in New York.
Funny Lady: Chelsea Handler accepts an award onstage at Glamour’s 2011 Women of the Year Awards in New York.
Living Legend: Feminist and ‘Ms.’ founder Gloria Steinem accepts a lifetime achievement award at Glamour’s 2011 Women of the Year Awards in New York.
Fun fact #1: There was a Miss Hitler contest.
Fun fact #2: People actually participated.
"It is so Jewy. We got away with that much Jewiness? I can’t believe it." — Jill Soloway
Have you watched Transparent? What do you think?
"Until all rituals are open to everyone, all positions of power open to everyone, all positions or authority open to everyone, and all sacred spaces open to everyone, irrespective or gender, these scenarios will continue."
Do you agree?
Cupcake-loving kosher-keepers rejoice: Crumbs Bake Shop is back — with new treats!
Somebody forgot to tell St. Louis that #DeathofKlinghoffer was divisive.
“These are the people who are posing as the gatekeepers of Judaism, and they themselves are so personally flawed morally. It’s just perplexing that these kind of people should have that kind of power.”
What do you think?
“What’s next? An opera about ISIS beheading James Foley?”
1,000 people gathered last night to protest The Metropolitan Opera's production of "The Death of Klinghoffer."
Ruth Bader Ginsburg knows she's badass. She's got the t-shirts to prove it.
Apparently there were complaints about “a man donning multiple cloaks and brandishing a sword in some sort of ritual.”
"This too was part of Rav Avi’s gift: the art of connection. Connecting people, places and times with one another."
A mystery outing prompts rabbinic intern Avram Mlotek to reflect on Rabbi Avi Weiss' legacy:
"The line extending down the block was my first clue: this was a happening...They were queueing like they would outside a hot nightclub, waiting to get into the bash we could hear from the street."
Abigail Pogrebin hits the Simchat Torah scene at New York City's B'nai Jeshurun: http://jd.fo/s5or3
The Metropolitan Opera is bracing for protests at the controversial opera's debut performance tonight.
But is "The Death of Klinghoffer" really anti-Semitic?
For the first time in 12 years, Yeshiva University has reported a sexual assault on campus.
But the school still won't explain why its public tally of assault is so low.
Rabbis Shalom Lewis and Angela Buchdahl both spoke about Israel during their High Holiday sermons. They both got standing ovations. But they could not have been more different from one another.
What does that say about us? http://jd.fo/p5mIW