Next year’s White House Correspondents’ Association dinner may not be as controversial — or funny — as this year’s.
“The Kominsky Method” gives Arkin and Douglas great material, but it’s not Chuck Lorre’s oeuvre that’s getting a makeover on Netflix.
Oskar Rabin first gained international attention for hanging from a moving bulldozer.
It’s next year in Midtown for the National Yiddish Theatre Folksbeine’s production of “Fiddler on the Roof.”
He called her “sweetheart”; she called him “Uncle Hitler.”
He is survived by his daughter J.C., brother Larry Lieber and a cast of iconic characters like Spider-Man and Iron Man beloved the world over.
“Here are brewing economically and politically dark times, so I’m happy to be able to get away from everything for half a year,” Einstein wrote.
Nathaniel Kahn thinks we’re confusing value with asking price.
“You are going to have to drag me off the stage,” Blum said.
November 10, Bernstein’s story will be the subject of a “48 Hours” episode which will include the first primetime TV interview with his parents.