Apparently, America’s favorite squeaky clean celebrity spent some time in rehab this year.
Drinking columnist Rosie Schaap talks booze, Jews and her new book, a gimlet-eyed exploration of her 25 years in modern bar culture.
An inquest concluded that Grammy Award-winning Jewish soul singer Amy Winehouse died of consuming too much alcohol.
When I heard that the rabbi of a Chabad house on a university campus was in trouble for providing alcohol to students, I assumed that I didn’t need to hear any further details to understand what the story was.
“Absolutely marvelous news in the world of vodka!” read a press release issued by the Orthodox Union late last month.