Most of my fellow male Orthodox rabbis are involved in our children’s lives than fathers of previous generations ever were.
Twitter is not amused. And neither, most likely, is Daniel Craig.
“In four decades of James Bond films, women are depicted enjoying rape.”
Craig has been gorging himself on sauerkraut and latkes while between projects.
Kathryn Hahn, most recently of “Bad Moms,” revealed in a New York Times article that she isn’t Jewish. (What?!) She often plays Jewish characters, her husband is Jewish, and said she often gets mistaken for being Jewish herself.
Details has only just now caught on to the popularity of Krav Maga, the famed Israeli approach to self-defense training. The magazine seems to have noticed a critical mass of male celebrities using the program to get in touch for their roles on screen — and in life. “Made in Israel. Imported by Hollywood’s A-List. Coming soon to a health club near you,” shouts its article’s subtitle.
Jon Favreau (right) with Daniel Craig on the set of ‘Cowboys and Aliens.’ Image courtesy of Warner Bros.
This week marks an important milestone for Kevin Youkilis, a star hitter for the Boston Red Sox of baseball’s American League.