Larry King has got moves. The octagenerian newsman showed off his breakdance skills (using the term loosely here) during an interview with “Black-ish” star Miles “Baby Boogaloo” Brown.
With Passover coming up, it’s fitting that porn star James Deen’s latest culinary venture has a Jewish theme: Ramen Matzo Ball soup.
As of today, it’s T-minus three days until we finally reunite with Mandy Patinkin’s beard — let’s face it, it’s almost its own character at this point — as “Homeland” premieres its third season on September 29.
I blame Heeb. Launched in 2001, “The New Jew Review” iterated a sharp, satirical take on Jewish culture. The idea was to edify through mockery: Thus a 2005 cover featured Sarah Silverman displaying her cleavage through a hole in a sheet. Although it can try too hard to shock (remember Roseanne Barr as Hitler baking “Jew cookies?”) Heeb is usually funny — and kind of cool.
“So Much for Controlling the Media” was the headline on Heeb’s recent obituary for its own print product. But the latest issue of Vanity Fair offers evidence to the contrary; with Jews dominating that magazine’s annual index of the 100 most influential moguls, our grip seems secure as ever.
Another magazine bites the dust.
In New York tonight the battle is joined between East and West, downtown Heeb on the East and uptown Columbia University on the West.