Jon Stewart hangs out under Stephen Colbert’s desk. Not always. But sometimes.
After waving bye-bye to “Chelsea Lately” and signing a new deal, Chelsea Handler is moving on to Netflix.
“Late Night” just got a little more Jewish. A quarter Jewish, to be exact.
Fans of comic books and graphic novels are mourning the death of Harvey Pekar, who died today in his Cleveland home at the age of 70. Pekar was mainly known for authoring the autobiographical series “American Splendor,” which documented his lower-middle class Jewish upbringing in Ohio. Pekar also wrote “Our Cancer Year,” after being diagnosed with lymphatic cancer in 1990, and more recently, “The Beats,” a graphic history of the Beat generation.