The Great Bialy Drought of 2016 is finally over.
The Coen Brothers’ latest movie is a tour through the absurdities of 1950s Hollywood — and an argument in favor of film-industry frivolity.7
When a pick-up line from the CFO of Hadassah provides a TV show’s most entertaining moment, you know you’re in trouble. And that turns out to be the case with part one of the ABC miniseries “Madoff.”44
I first met Les Moonves — newly appointed CBS Executive Chairman — when, as then CBS CEO, he was honored by The American Theater Wing at its April 11, 2005 gala at Cipriani 42nd Street with a lineup of stars and performances by among others: Lucy Arnaz, James Earl Jones, Tommy Tune, *Jessica Lange**, Hank Azaria and Jerry Herman at the piano belting out his creations from “Mame” and “Hello Dolly!” ending up with a personal plea: “Promise me you’ll never go away!
Caught up with director Cellin Gluck on January 31 as he was heading to the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival premiere of “Persona Non Grata” — a film about Japanese diplomat Chiune Sugihara who in 1940 issued 2139 visas for 6000 Jews including my mother and me (visa #1881).
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