“The ‘real’ Oliver has a dimension and complexity and layers that you have never guessed at,” said Burns.
“I am cow,” says Antisemitism Cow. The words are powerful in their simplicity and truth.3
“This is a movie where Bill and Ted are literally trying to unite a very fractured world through something sublingual, which is music.”
“BTS put a voice to Millennial anxieties and Millennial stressors. And they put all these messages to really well-produced music.”
“There were multiple inflection points where this could have been stopped. What you ended up with was 5,000 kids that are gonna have lifelong trauma.”
“For me he’s a victim of larger anti-gay bigotry that we know continues. It’s not just that he was a hypocrite; it’s that he was a tortured soul.”
“I’m not easily surprised by surprising things,” Liana Finck said of her DM from Ariana Grande. so it’s just like “I was smiling very hard.”
More than 2,000 of you joined our virtual conversation last week titled “Unorthodox: Reality vs. Fiction.” Alexa Karolinski, one of the creators of the blockbuster Netflix hit, was joined by our Yiddish editor, Rukhl Schaechter, and three people who, like the four-part series’ title character, Esty, had left Haredi communities: Chavie Weisberger of Footsteps, a group that helps people make that transition; Rabbi Abby Stein, the author of “Becoming Eve;” and Eli Rosen, who acts in “Unorthodox” and also served as a consultant on the show.
“Art is usually on the cusp of things and artists very often are visionaries. I’m waiting for the vision.”
“My father never let a Passover go by without delivering the line about ‘Freedom can never be entirely won, but it can be lost.’”
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