September 22, 2018

Gerri Miller

If you love "This Is Us" then get ready for "Life Itself," a film created by the same team that brought you the hit NBC show.
Idina Menzel has been cast in “Uncut Gems,” joining Adam Sandler and Judd Hirsch in the comedy set in New York’s Jewish-run Diamond District.
Best-selling Holocaust novels “The Tattooist of Auschwitz” and “We Were the Lucky Ones,” are coming to television in 2020.
Battle of the brains is the subject of “Science Fair,” a new National Geographic documentary hitting theaters Sept. 21
Steve Spiro's solo play, “UK Underdog,” dramatizes how he gained confidence and self-esteem through martial arts, boxing and acting,
“Manifest,” is a serialized event mystery but also a grounded relationship drama," series creator Jeff Rake said.
Rapper Mac Miller, who died Sept. 7 of an apparent drug overdose at 26, will be laid to rest in his native Pittsburgh
William Shakespeare’s classic tragedy "Romeo & Juliet” gains extra emotional and historical resonance in director Shira Dubrovner’s staging
Mandy Patinkin won his first Emmy Award 23 years ago for “Chicago Hope,” and has been nominated several times since, including nods in...
The Laugh Factory on Sunset Boulevard has been a mecca for stand-up comedy since 1979.
In 1972, swimmer Mark Spitz won seven gold medals at the Summer Olympics in Munich, setting a record that stood until Michael Phelps
In a new appearance on his podcast, Barr told Rabbi Shmuley Boteach that she plans to be In Israel when the ABC series premieres Oct. 12.
Looks like Lana Del Rey won't be performing in Israel after all.
Lisa Edelstein, who played Dr. Lisa Cuddy for seven years on “House,” is returning to the hospital for her latest role in the ABC drama...
The story of the secret mission comes to the screen in “Operation Finale,” starring Ben Kingsley as Eichmann.
Where and when to see plays, musicals, concerts and dance performances with Jewish connections.
Stalking takes on a whole other dimension in Lifetime's new show "You" starring Gossip Girl's Penn Badgley.
Drama, comedy, prestige pictures and popcorn flicks, biographies and classic remakes — lots to see at movie theaters this fall.
In 1975, a petite Jewish comedian from suburban Detroit named Gilda Radner became famous overnight with the debut of “Saturday Night Live.”
Your guide to the members of the Tribe behind the new and returning shows as stars, creators and characters this season.
Emmy Rossum is leaving “Shameless,” the Showtime drama she has starred in since 2011. She confirmed her departure in a letter posted...
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