Aaron Sorkin had politics on his mind during Sunday’s Writers Guild of America Awards.
(JTA) — Larry David is kind of the best/worst. He’s the lovable jerk we all can’t help but hate, and he’s also a genius. He’s one of the creative master minds behind “Seinfeld,” and has his own show “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” where he basically plays himself. What’s not to love?
Alex Trebek’s rap career might have started from the bottom, but now he’s definitely here.
With a long weekend ahead, you have even more time to take in the best cultural events in New York, Washington D.C., Chicago and Los Angeles. If you’re in New York, don’t miss the first public screening in over half a century of Paul Newman’s short film “On the Harmfulness of Tobacco.” Before you go, read up on the Forward’s coverage of the film, written by Allan M. Jalon, who discovered the film last fall and has since spoken to Newman’s daughter, Nell Newman, about it.
“We had a really nice show planned for you,” Trevor Noah began last night’s “The Daily Show.” “Very civil, very calm. And then, in the middle of the day, Hurricane Trump happened.”