Out and About: Samberg as Zuckerberg; No Shirtless Men in Iran

  • Andy Samberg impersonated Mark Zuckerberg at the Facebook conference last week.

  • Max Elstein Keisler talks to Kosha Dillz about being the only Zionist rapper in the room.

  • Manohla Dargis tries to sort out the mess that is Lars von Trier.

  • On the Yiddish Song of the Week blog, Dmitri Slepovitch [introduces a recording][1] he made in Minsk of “Lekoved Yontef, lekoved Shabbes.

  • Barry Levinson’s 1982 movie “Diner” is heading to Broadway in 2012.

  • Lucian Freud’s final work will be shown in an exhibit next year at Britain’s National Portrait Gallery.

  • The lastest issue of Jewish Fiction .net is out.

  • The Klezmer Shack has a roundup of music for the new year.

  • The London Philharmonic Orchestra’s decision to suspend four of its members for their opposition to a concert by Israeli musicians is coming under fire.

    [1]: http://yiddishsong.wordpress.com/2011/09/22/lekoved-yontef-lekoved-shabes-performed-by-zinaida-lyovina-and- dasya-khrapunskaya/

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