I don't know what is with Andy Cohen's baby but every time I read about his journey to fatherhood, I get so emotional. (Cue the Whitney Houston.)
In a People magazine cover story. the Bravo…host, who recently became a father via surrogate, opens up about becoming a dad. He also shared THE most adorable first picture of his newborn, Benjamin Allen Cohen (ahh... what a wonderfully Jewy name!) I don't know exactly what it is, but everything about Cohen's baby is seriously adorable to me. Maybe it's that "Semitic"… >> Read More
Dear Megyn Kelly,
Hi. Hello. How are you, Megyn? I hope this letter finds you well. I opened my Twitter this morning and saw that you apparently have a problem with Sarah Silverman's language. So…offensive is the Jewish comedian's tweet in reply to the president's denial of climate change, you think she should not be allowed to star in children's movies. In fact, you were so disdainful of her that you couldn't even use her name, and instead called her "this woman." Which, I have to say, is kind… >> Read More
OK, OK. I really don't know much about football. (And I *know* I'm not the only one, right?) But I know that Super Bowl parties usually have really good snacks, and the televised event is full of…very expensive, sometimes moving and sometimes hilarious commercials. And yes, I know that there are some pretty good reasons to feel icky about supporting the NFL. But I also know that one of the few Jewish players in the entire NFL, the New England Patriots' wide receiver Julian Edelman, was the essential ingredient in his team's winning… >> Read More
Fair warning: This post is not about the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, dancing the hora — though it's very possible she may have done just that at her Jewish wedding to her first…husband. Nay, this is about Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall — the second wife of Prince Charles — but don't stop here! This is well worth a read. You see, it's rare to catch a glimpse of anyone in the royal family dancing, let alone dancing the hora to the tune of "Hava Nagila." And yet,… >> Read More
Jenna Jameson has had it with anti-Semitic Twitter trolls. Who can blame her?
“It’s near impossible to just have normal conversations without hundreds of people attacking me for the past I…cannot change,” she tweeted, before deactivating her Twitter account, according to JTA. We can relate. She clarified the exact reason why she was leaving: "My sobriety and faith are the most important things to me. I am being attacked for my faith. Being Jewish. I must protect my love for G-d above everything, my sobriety… >> Read More