(JTA) — An NFL football player just gave Jewish mothers across the country another reason to worry about their children’s well-being. Gefilte fish is no good for those trying to maintain a healthy diet, suggested Baltimore Ravens linebacker Terrell Suggs.
“I just love Joshua Bell!” gushed a lady next to me as we filed into David Geffen Hall for Lincoln Center’s Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra’s August 17th concert. Greeted by a cheering audience, the comfortably attired, still youthful Grammy Award-winning violinist 48-year old Bell —accompanied by the Mostly Mozart Festival Orchestra under the baton of Matthew Hall [in his New York debut] —won a standing ovation for his bravura performance of Mozart’s Violin Concerto No. 4 in D major [which —the program noted—included “Original cadenzas by Joshua Bell”]. The orchestra also performed Mendelssohn’s “Overture to a Midsummer Night’s Dream (1826), Beethoven’s “Overture to Coriolan” (1807) and Beethoven’s Symphony No 8 in F major (1812).
Scarlett Johansson landed on Forbes magazine list of the the world’s highest-paid actress list with a $25 million salary—followed closely by Mila Kunis, clocking in with a cool $11 million.
Aly Raisman may have captured the hearts of America during her award winning triumphs in Rio this month — but she’s got one football player extra smitten.
If Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner weren’t famous, they’d probably just be that annoyingly perfect couple you hate-stalk on Instagram. But with Republican nominee Donald Trump feeding the headlines day after day, they’ve become the Jewish power couple par excellence.