Nominees included Johnny Cash’s Jewish son-in-law and RBG’s son.
One particularly aggressive number instructs Hitler to “kiss our asses.”
If you don’t know, now you know.
We have arrived at the safest and most secure part of the year: We are exactly 364 days away from the next Grammy Awards. The musical awards ceremony, which showers celebrities with thousands, if not hundreds of thousands of awards, based on unknowable criterion in an interminable televised ceremony, has come and gone in 2018. But many of the best moments of the 2018 Grammy Awards (essentially, all those enjoyable moments not involving Kendrick Lamar, Kesha, or Patti LuPone,) were courtesy of the Tribe.
The annual fête with a great cause is organized by an internationally acclaimed charity — and a former yeshiva boy from Englewood, New Jersey.
“I’m sorry, I can’t mess this up for him.”
Taylor Swift’s Monday night Grammy speech preached female empowerment but an overheard conversation taught Susan Cohen that today’s girls realize that stars like Taylor Swift are not realistic role models.
The men stole the show on the 58th Annual Grammy Awards and the Amy Winehouse documentary won big for Music Film of the year.
The Grammy Awards are coming this Monday. Some Jewish nominees you know very well — but some you didn’t even know were nominated.
What do Bon Dylan, Bela Fleck, Joshua Redman, Julia Wolfe, Barry Manilow and a slow of others have in common? They all boast Jewish heritage and they’re all nominated for Grammy Awards this year.