Andy Samberg impersonated Mark Zuckerberg at the Facebook conference last week.
Max Elstein Keisler talks to Kosha Dillz about being the only Zionist rapper in the room.
Manohla Dargis tries to sort out the mess that is Lars von Trier.
On the Yiddish Song of the Week blog, Dmitri Slepovitch [introduces a recording] he made in Minsk of “Lekoved Yontef, lekoved Shabbes.”
Barry Levinson’s 1982 movie “Diner” is heading to Broadway in 2012.
Lucian Freud’s final work will be shown in an exhibit next year at Britain’s National Portrait Gallery.
The lastest issue of Jewish Fiction .net is out.
The Klezmer Shack has a roundup of music for the new year.
The London Philharmonic Orchestra’s decision to suspend four of its members for their opposition to a concert by Israeli musicians is coming under fire.
: http://yiddishsong.wordpress.com/2011/09/22/lekoved-yontef-lekoved-shabes-performed-by-zinaida-lyovina-and- dasya-khrapunskaya/
Ezra Glinter is the critic-at-large of the Forward.
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