“Well, at least I’m not Jewish,” Franken gibed about his perceived Nazification of America. “Oh wait, wait I am.”
“We are able to put our pets to sleep and we can’t put ourselves to sleep. The process needs to be streamlined and should be more humane”
“You Be You,” translated into over 20 languages, aims to teach Hasidic kids about different genders, sexualities and family structures in Yiddish.
“Ady understood intuitively the power of his grueling and emotionally difficult experience to shape a political narrative.”
“Rifkin’s Festival,” Woody Allen’s 49th feature, has a marketing problem. And it’s not the one you think.
“Sin La Habana” is a sexy, vibrant and daring piece of filmmaking. But it’s too crowded to fully work.
Sidney Buchman, who wrote the famed filibuster scene, had his own moment of heroic conviction later.
If you are are currently beguiled by a 5-by-6 grid of letters, you may be interested to know about Wordle’s Jewish precursor.
Children of the ‘90s discovered Bob Saget in phases – he was one of the rare comedy acts that aged with you, while never quite maturing.
Sidney Poitier often credited a more obscure figure for his success: an old Jewish waiter.