Sophie Tucker was the Lady Gaga of her time. Also known as ‘the last of the red-hot mamas,’ she is immortalized in a new documentary.
A Brazilian Jew and successful tax lawyer, Nicole Borger uses her Portuguese and German backgrounds to sing Jewish music from around the world — with a Latin American twist.
“Larry Kramer In Love & Anger,” which premieres on HBO next week, is a ‘warts and all’ biography about one of the pioneers of AIDS activism.
Jason Alexander of ‘Seinfeld’ fame recently took over Larry David’s role in David’s Broadway play, ‘Fish in the Dark.’ He talked to the Forward about being George Costanza for life, and about his many trips to Israel.
Part docudrama, part fantasy, ‘Chagall-Malevich’ is an exhilarating paean to Marc Chagall, widely considered the greatest Jewish artist of the 20th Century.
David Javerbaum’s list of accomplishments stretches from Earth all the way to heaven, but they pale in comparison to his latest gig: ghostwriter for God.
Shalom Auslander, author of the memoir ‘Foreskin’s Lament,’ is the creator of ‘HAPPYish,’ a dark comedy on Showtime starring Steve Coogan and Kathryn Hahn.
Ron Rifkin, is starring in a Carnegie Hall adaptation of ‘The Eternal Road,’ a opera-operata by Kurt Weill and Franz Werfel. But he once almost left show business for good.
Iris Apfel has spent a lifetime successfully navigating the fine line between eccentric and fashion icon. She is now the subject of the last film by the late documentarian Albert Maysles.
An Israeli chef trained in top spots around the world brings his notable talent to Novo, where sophisticated authenticity reigns.