We’ll just have to leave it up to our imaginations.
Ah, the first week of June: Roses are out, yet New Yorkers inexplicably still need to wear jackets to leave their apartments; the Tony Awards are nearly upon us; the NBA Finals are disappointingly turning into the rout we all miserably anticipated; summer, it appears, is only half-enthusiastic about making an appearance in 2018. Tough luck, summer! We’ll have dubious fun with or without you. (See: My weekend plans for a trip to the beach, on a day when no one thinks it will be warm enough to even stick a toe in the ocean.)
Despite the number of Jewish artists involved, “Sex and the City” treats Jews as sex fiends.
Where there is a celebrity feud, you will find Andy Cohen’s opinion.
Where are our favorite stars from ‘Sex and the City’ now?
I’m currently making my way through Sex and the City long after the curtain fell on the final episode. It’s hard to be left alone with all of my opinions about Big’s short-lived marriage to Natasha but last week, Sarah Jessica Parker finally gave me something relevant to write about: her brand-new sneaker line.
After wearing them day in and day out on “Sex and the City,” Sarah Jessica Parker has announced that she will be launching her own line of shoes. But not any shoes. In pure Carrie Bradshaw fashion, Parker will be teaming up with Manolo Blahnik CEO George Malkemus for the design.
If you’ve ever been glued to an episode of “Sex and the City” and fantasized about how glamorous your life would be if you could just sneak into that dreamy shoe closet and squeeze your toes into one of Carrie Bradshaw’s towering pumps, then today is your lucky day.
Evan Handler is best known for his two “lighter” roles: Jewish divorce lawyer Harry Goldenblatt on “Sex and the City,” and Charlie Runkle, agent and friend to novelist Hank Moody (David Duchovny) on “Californication.”
It seems that Obama has no shortage of Jewish celeb supporters such as Tory Burch, Jesse Eisenberg and Ben Stiller, to name a few. But Jewish celebs have been showing up at the Republican National Convention. As the RNC wraps up, some familiar names have surfaced: