Thursday, August 28, 2014 Elul 2, 5774
Whether battling OCD or bias besetting Jews/Arab-Americans, Tony Shalhoub gives truth a shout-out
By:
It's flu season, Monk -- wash your hands! As if ... The USA OCD detective -- whose self-named series resumes its fifth season this Friday on the cable network -- has his hands full once more ... but is it with Purel? "That's funny, that's all news to me," muses Tony Shalhoub of the rumor that his TV alter-ego considers...
Comment0
By:
Harry Potter, P.I.? No. Harry Dresden, P.I. But once a wiz, always a wiz. Which is a good way to describe David Simkins, too. The exec producer/writer of "The Dresden Files," a new super Sci Fi Channel supernatural series about a saucy sorcerer starting Jan. 21 -- conjuring up images of a Rockford-retro detective with a broom for a trailer...
Comment0
By:
Yocheved Miriam Russo, JE Feature
The next time you're in Israel, go see an American film, preferably a comedy. There's no quicker way to contrast Israel with America than by seeing what the locals think is funny. And not funny. For that reason alone, "Borat: Cultural Learnings of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan" should play in Israel, permanently; it's the perfect barometer...
Comment0
Could Israel be preparing to serve as an 'Apprentice'? - See more at: http://je.pliner.com/article/11817/The_Donald_of_the_Diaspora/#sthash.gz93wY0A.dpuf
By:
Shalom, The Donald. That may be the nicest greeting he's had in weeks. Who knew that the tycoon who's taken Manhattan and who's taken heat and given it in celebrated arguments with Rosie O'Donnell after he "pardoned" the pretty Miss USA Tara Conner for her past mistakes -- and who was just named "Most Annoying Money Personality" in an AOL...
Comment0
By:
The diary of a frank self-reckoning ... It was their candid self-appraisal of the chaos that engulfed them that helped lead Long Beach, Calif., inner-city students of the 1990s out of the attic of ache into the mainstream of meaningful lives. And it all started with getting to know a young woman whose optimism opened up their lives while closing...
Comment0

Advertisement Block

Advertisement Block

Advertisement