Remember when the Forward brought you everything you wanted to know about the yarmulke but were afraid to ask?
Last night’s Met Gala was kind of a yawn. Yeah Sarah Jessica Parker rocked a pretty wild headdress, and Beyonce got naked — but really, what else is new?
Unlike 2014’s “Punk” theme, “China: Through the Looking Glass” could have led to some major fashion faux-pas. But in a strange turn of celebrity cultural appropriation sensitivity, things remained relatively inoffensive. But this caution came at the cost of any really striking outfits.
The Russian Tea Room was the perfect venue to host a “Broadway Luncheon” for the launch of the new musical “DOCTOR ZHIVAGO.” The exclusive event organized by American Friends of Rabin Medical Center’s executive director Joshua Plaut for seventy-five lucky guests, who got to meet “Zhivago” producer Anita Waxman and songwriter and composer Lucy Simon sister of Carly Simon and daughter of the Simon & Schuster publishing magnates.
It’s May 4th.
It’s May the 4th, or, more precisely, May the 4th Be With You! While some of you intend to celebrate this most important of holidays with some “Star Wars” marathon-ing (the original trilogy, yes?)or with a critical analysis of the trailers for the upcoming and much anticipated new movie, here are 9 (5 + 4, get it?!) Jewish things you may not know about “Star Wars”: