“Why should anyone care about a raving, Cro-Magnon propagandist
Alan Gershwin, born Albert Schneider, bore an astonishing resemblance to George Gershwin.
Melniker was partly responsible for reintroducing Batman as a dark, serious character, not as the camp buffoon familiar from the TV series.
I was raised in a feminist household. My mother saw the posters in New York, and said it was the “shot heard round the world.”
Spielberg has never directed a musical, and though Kushner has written one, his writing has been known to veer into weighty verbosity,
Connie Sawyer, the Jewish actress whose career spanned “The Milton Berle Show” and “Dumb and Dumber” has died at the age of 105.
“For Mathilde Krim, the crime of doing nothing when human lives are in peril was a lesson already learned during the Holocaust.”
WGN’s radio host Milt Rosenberg, who has died at the age of 92, was Chicago’s Charlie Rose (in a good way).
Even Philip Roth, who was friendly with Appelfeld, mistyped him as a “dislocated writer, a deported writer, a dispossessed and uprooted writer.”
King Michael I of Romania proved that being a mama’s boy can result in a mitzvah, working to save hundreds of thousands of Jews from the Holocaust.