Four comedians with Jewish roots – Amy Schumer, Seth Rogen, Jonah Hill, and Jason Segel – have been named to Vulture’s list of Hollywood’s 10 Most Valuable Comic Actors.
Quiet mahjong group or illicit gambling den?
Pamela Geller is the most prominent representative for the anti-Muslim far-right on the Internet. Yet tax filings show that she has received substantial grants from the Jewish Communal Fund, a mainstream philanthropic group.
In the nearly 40 years since the breakout success of the first “Star Wars” film, the franchise has raked in $37 billion, mostly from branded toys and other merchandise.
In the aftermath of the Paris terror attacks, French Jews are wondering: what’s next? Rabbi Delphine Horvilleur describes the mood in the community and the continued need for interfaith dialogue.
For the better part of a decade, my family’s Thanksgiving morning ritual began with someone popping our worn-out “My Big Fat Greek Wedding” DVD into the DVD player
Nazis, sex, groundbreaking inventions, escape in disguise — sounds like the plot for the next Hollywood hit. Or, you know, real events from Hedy Lamarr’s life.
Can the liquid velvet sounds of Kenny G halt an impending conflict between China and the United States? John Oliver thinks so.
What do a deceased East Coast rapper and a petite Jewish Supreme Court justice have in common? They’re both Notorious. But nothing proves how iconic Ruth Bader Ginsburg has become so much as a just-released biography.