“The Bang Bang Theory” will continue to honor the legendary television star Leonard Nimoy in an upcoming episode with a guest appearance from the actor’s son, Adam.
The younger Nimoy will play himself and be paying a visit to Jim Parson’s “Star Trek”-obsessed Sheldon in an episode titled “The Spock’s Resonance.” In the episode, his plan is to get Sheldon to appear in a documentary about his famous father — a project the filmmaker is actually making.
(JTA) — Kansas City Royals fans are two World Series wins away from a taste of greatness. Yes, the first Major League Baseball championship in a generation. But also, New York bagels.
That’s part of what’s at stake in a wager on the World Series made Sunday between Kansas City Symphony music director Michael Stern, son of the late legendary violinist and conductor Isaac Stern, and his colleagues at the New York Philharmonic.
Disappointed with last night’s GOP debate (not to mention the Mets loss)? Have no fear, quality feline entertainment is here.
Giving a new meaning to “next year in Jerusalem,” the body of a 80-year-old deceased woman who wished to be buried in Israel was packed and shipped from Moscow to Tel Aviv. In a cardboard box.
My mother and I arrived in Montreal, Canada in September 1941 following a death-defying escape that took us from bombed-out German-occupied Warsaw in the winter of 1940 to surviving a Nazi firing squad, to Lithuania’s Vilno (which in June 1940 was occupied by the Soviets). Then a 12-14-day Trans-Siberian train ride to Vladivostok and the Japanese ship “Asakura Maru,” arriving in Tsuruga, Japan in February 1941 (thanks to a Chiune Sugihara visa). We left Japan aboard the “Heian Maru” on what was its last civilian crossing before Pearl Harbor, and docked at Seattle on August 1, 1941. After transferring to a Canadian vessel, we landed in Vancouver then traversed Canada on a spectacular train ride to Montreal.