It’s officially the Jewish month of happiness, and here are 5 reasons to celebrate.
Can you believe these two gorgeous Jews had a baby and didn’t consult us at all?
It’s barely 2017, and Billy Eichner is already owning the year like no other.
Billy Eichner and Rashida Jones play “Whistle-Blow That Jew”—the ultimate game of deciphering which celebrities have changed their Jewish-sounding names.
Royal baby frenzy is in full swing as the British — and for some reason, everyone else on the planet — await the birth of the future heir to the throne.
Proving once again that she is the best and most glamorous person on the planet, Rashida Jones opted out of cumbersome gowns, strapless numbers and other wardrobe malfunction gear at the Glamour Women of the Year Awards in London.
As white smoke poured into the sky above the Sistine Chapel yesterday, the world anxiously waited to hear who the new Pope would be. As always, Twitter provided running commentary.
Speaking of the Emmys, Mayim Bialik may have been freaking out before the ceremony, but she sure looked great in her flowing red gown that matched her long flowing coiffure. It’s too bad she didn’t win for best supporting actress in a comedy series, but at least she got a nice profile in the New York Times last week.
During a recent interview while promoting her new movie, “Celeste and Jesse Forever,” Shmooze favorite Rashida Jones got a bit too excited about celebrities coming out of the closet. While discussing her mild obsession with singer Frank Ocean, who recently declared that he is bisexual, Jones joked that John Travolta should just come out already. While her intentions were probably honorable (for the most part) the Parks and Recreation actress hit on a touchy subject for the “Grease” and “Saturday Night Fever” megastar.
Rashida Jones, best known for television roles in “Parks and Recreation” and “The Office,” has taken the leap from acting to screenwriting with her new film, “Celeste and Jesse Forever.” Jones, daughter of legendary musician Quincy Jones and Jewish actress Peggy Lipton, told reporters she is usually cast as the “dependable, affable, loving, friend-wife-girlfriend.”