Seth Rogen and Judd Apatow have taken to Twitter to blast Washington Post critic Ann Hornaday, who blamed incidents like shooting at USCB on their particular brand of comedy.
‘Two-Bit Waltz,’ the first movie by actress Clara Mamet, made its premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival. Mamet talked to the Forward about the film’s genesis and her famous family.
For years, Nancy Kalikow Maxwell envied Orthodox women for their close, neighborly relationships — kind of like the one shared by Lucille Ball and Ethel Mertz.
Apparently, America’s favorite squeaky clean celebrity spent some time in rehab this year.
Seeking a Jewish community in Florida, a retiree finds that mezuzas on the doorpost aren’t always the best way of identifying a haimish home.
And then she wonders why people balk at her “normal gal” routine…
“Actor/director/writer/poet/perpetual student James Franco never rests. And apparently, he doesn’t let his neighbors do so either.
Paul Berger didn’t know what to expect when Sandy struck, cutting his young family off from heat and power. The outpouring of help taught him a lesson in community.