The contentious relationship between Harry Potter and his often-terrifying potions teacher did not continue off-screen.
Simon & Garfunkel have let the Bernie Sanders campaign use their song “America” in new political video.
The Oregon Trail brings a range of images to mind. Depending on your age, the simple phrase could elicit the neon green pixilated images of the popular video game informing you that you have died of dysentery. For others, the Oregon Trail could also evoke the 2,200-mile route from Missouri to the Beaver State, with its covered wagons and much more complex history. Rarely, however, do most people think of the Jews partaking in this historical cross-country adventure of the 1800s.
Barbara Walters and George Weidenfeld.
The first time I was introduced to British publisher Lord George Weidenfeld — who died at 96 on January 21, 2016 in London — was at the November 22, 1998 American Friends of Ben Gurion University in the Negev Dinner at the Hotel Pierre at which BGU president Avishay Braverman declared: “We work with the Palestinians, the Jordanians, the Moroccans and the Tunisians …and one day we will work with the Syrians.”
Do you need another reason to tune into Superbowl 50? How about Seth Rogen in Spanx?