Adam Sandler is a favorite of those of us who lived through his glory days on SNL and in films like "Happy Gilmore." Sure, he's done and said some questionable things, but Sandler, now 50, is the…doting father of two daughters. That's why I rounded up some of my favorite quotes of Sandler's about being a dad, just in time for Father's Day. On balancing time for his kids: “My kids give me the most joy, but there are life adjustments. I don’t go out to meet anyone after 9:30 at night. I… >> Read More
Valentine's Day is upon us. While I'm notoriously not really about V-Day (because it's just a Hallmark holiday made up to make you buy stuff), I'm also totally about Netflixing some romantic comedies…and dramas (and everything in-between) while eating chocolate and some take-out. I began to think about all of the best romantic films that star some of my favorite Jewish celebrities (like Bette Midler, aka: My Supreme), and came up with this list. After the kids go to bed, pour some wine and enjoy: 1. Sarah Jessica… >> Read More
You probably have a love/hate with the end of the calendar year, because it means everyone is doing some sort of roundup about how the year went, the top posts (if it's a website), and what…resolutions they want to keep. It can get boring after awhile, right? Well, that's why we're doing our top Jewish celebrity posts, so you can either get a good laugh, or catch up on what you missed in pop culture. Take a moment to read (or reread!) our top Jewish celebrity posts from 2015: READ: Top… >> Read More
Yesterday, Adam Sandler appeared on the "Howard Stern Show," where he had some pretty strong words about Roger Waters, Pink Floyd, being Jewish, and the state of Israel.
The creator of the…infamous "Chanukah Song" told Stern how he's proud to be Jewish: "I’m proud of being a Jew and that’s what I am. I get that from my father and mother. I’m very pro-Israel and when someone says shit about Israel, and I know people say shit about Israel and they fucking won’t play there…and when you go off… >> Read More
Get ready for this one. After 13 years, Adam Sandler debuted a fourth version of his famous "Chanukah Song" at the New York Comedy Festival during a surprise appearance at Carnegie Hall for the…“Judd Apatow and Friends” stand-up show. The original song appeared on SNL in 1994, a second in 1999, and a third edition in 2002. In this version, he references Seth Rogen, Drake, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Jake Gyllenhaal, Scarlett Johansson, Daniel Radcliffe, the founders of Google, David Beckham, and Shia LaBeouf. READ: Adam Sandler Turns 49 Today–Watch His Funniest Moments Sandler schools… >> Read More