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Chosen Images: October 4, 2011

Lea Michele, Richard Kind, Dan Abrams, Doug Liman, Dudi Sela, Sarah Jessica Parker, Matthew Broderick, Logan LermanRead More


Chosen Images: October 3, 2011

Highlights from the 2011 New Yorker Festival and more.Read More


Chosen Images: September 28, 2011

Evan Rachel Wood, Maury Povitch, Connie Chung, Ryan Lavarnway, Samantha Ronson, Roman PolanskiRead More


Chosen Images: September 27, 2011

Gwyneth Paltrow, Daniel Radcliffe, Adva Zinober, Dominique Strauss-Kahn, Ellen Barkin, Patti StangerRead More


Chosen Images: September 26, 2011

Scarlett Johansson, Seth Rogen, Donna Karan, David Arquette, Ian KinslerRead More


Chosen Images: September 23, 2011

Mark Zuckerberg, Andy Samberg, Dani Stahl, Marc Mezvinsky, Damon Lindelof, Sarah Jessica ParkerRead More


Chosen Images: September 22, 2011

Rumor has it that David Beckham wants to by his wife, Victoria, something sparkly—like $4.5 million of jewelry from Elizabeth Taylor’s estate—to celebrate the birth of their daughter, Harper Steven. No doubt Liz would approve.Read More


Chosen Images: September 21, 2011

Eli Roth, Matt Stone, Ryan Braun, Lea Michele, David A. Goodman, Igor Olshansky, Stacy LondonRead More


Chosen Images: September 20, 2011

David Arquette waltzes his way into round two of season 13 of ‘Dancing With the Stars.’Read More





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  • Undeterred by the conflict, 24 Jews participated in the first ever Jewish National Fund— JDate singles trip to Israel. Translation: Jews age 30 to 45 travelled to Israel to get it on in the sun, with a side of hummus.
  • "It pains and shocks me to say this, but here goes: My father was right all along. He always told me, as I spouted liberal talking points at the Shabbos table and challenged his hawkish views on Israel and the Palestinians to his unending chagrin, that I would one day change my tune." Have you had a similar experience?
  • "'What’s this, mommy?' she asked, while pulling at the purple sleeve to unwrap this mysterious little gift mom keeps hidden in the inside pocket of her bag. Oh boy, how do I answer?"
  • "I fear that we are witnessing the end of politics in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. I see no possibility for resolution right now. I look into the future and see only a void." What do you think?
  • Not a gazillionaire? Take the "poor door."
  • "We will do what we must to protect our people. We have that right. We are not less deserving of life and quiet than anyone else. No more apologies."
  • "Woody Allen should have quit while he was ahead." Ezra Glinter's review of "Magic in the Moonlight": http://jd.fo/f4Q1Q
  • Jon Stewart responds to his critics: “Look, obviously there are many strong opinions on this. But just merely mentioning Israel or questioning in any way the effectiveness or humanity of Israel’s policies is not the same thing as being pro-Hamas.”
  • "My bat mitzvah party took place in our living room. There were only a few Jewish kids there, and only one from my Sunday school class. She sat in the corner, wearing the right clothes, asking her mom when they could go." The latest in our Promised Lands series — what state should we visit next?
  • Former Israeli National Security Advisor Yaakov Amidror: “A cease-fire will mean that anytime Hamas wants to fight it can. Occupation of Gaza will bring longer-term quiet, but the price will be very high.” What do you think?
  • Should couples sign a pre-pregnancy contract, outlining how caring for the infant will be equally divided between the two parties involved? Just think of it as a ketubah for expectant parents:
  • Many #Israelis can't make it to bomb shelters in time. One of them is Amos Oz.
  • According to Israeli professor Mordechai Kedar, “the only thing that can deter terrorists, like those who kidnapped the children and killed them, is the knowledge that their sister or their mother will be raped."
  • Why does ultra-Orthodox group Agudath Israel of America receive its largest donation from the majority owners of Walmart? Find out here: http://jd.fo/q4XfI
  • Woody Allen on the situation in #Gaza: It's “a terrible, tragic thing. Innocent lives are lost left and right, and it’s a horrible situation that eventually has to right itself.”
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