Lollapalooza’s founder Perry Farrell (Peretz Bernstein) is only one of the Jewish inspirations behind the music fest that opens this weekend. Seth Rogovoy explores Lollapalooza’s secret Jewish history.
It’s been a hot, hot, hot July and Jean Shafiroff—an indefatigable and active philanthropist —has been shuttling between New York [a July 14 Bastille Day Luncheon she hosted at Le Cirque] and a roster of Hamptons’ events including the July 9th Dog Days of Summer Party at aado in Sag Harbor where 12 dog adoptees found forever homes, and the July 18 Southampton’s Animal Foundation’s 7th Annual Unconditional Love Gala attended—by among others—board member Georgina Bloomberg, Southampton Mayor Mark Epley U.S. Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney, John Catsimatidis, Jill Rappaport, and—supporters-honorary chairs Bloomberg Philanthropies, ** Ferguson Cohen,** LLP and** Stifel Financial** Corp.
Anthony Weiner just exchanged a war of words with Donald Trump Jr., and was on the losing end of the tête-à-tête.5
The Twitter persona known as @jewyorican returned to mock Micheel Bloomberg in deliberately broken Spanish after his ‘No Voto Para Trumpo’ appearance at the Democratic National Convention.3
The ‘Community of Stuff’ rents household items to Tel Avivians who have no room in their apartments, boosting the city’s lending economy.
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