During a promotional stop on MSNBC’s “Morning Joe” for his new movie, Rob Reiner got into a heated debate with hosts Joe Scarborough and Mika Brzezinski about the media’s role and responsibility in covering Donald Trump’s run for office and the role of journalists in holding the GOP presumptive nominee accountable for his policies.
Funny woman Amy Schumer just took over a Vanity Fair staffer’s Tinder account and gave us an ultimate how-to in online dating. Like, avoid swiping yes on any guy posing with a guitar and, if you’re feeling a little flirty, bring up your bloatiness.
Seven years ago, Charlaine Scholten, the tenant of an apartment building on Beethovenstraat in Amsterdam, found a worn, yet intact suitcase in a cupboard that contained old photographs, postcards, oil paintings and newspaper clippings.
This year, we’re celebrating Mother’s Day with some of our favorite Jewish moms in pop culture. Because who else wears those neurotic, loving, occasionally overbearing tendencies better than Sylvia Fine, Joan Rivers and Helen Seinfeld?
Woody Allen, for the first time in recent memory, took a tentative step outside of the bubble of stereotypical white maleness to express support for Hillary Clinton in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter to promote his forthcoming film “Café Society.”