September 22, 2018

Gerri Miller

Thirty years ago, Diane Warren was nominated for her first Academy Award the Best Song category for “Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now”...
Ten years ago, Jewish writer A.J. Jacobs chronicled his personal spiritual journey in the book “The Year of Living Biblically:
Now entering its third season on Lifetime, the critically acclaimed series “Unreal” peels back the curtain on the behind–the-scenes drama...
In the 10-part miniseries “The Alienist,” TNT’s adaptation of Caleb Carr’s 1994 novel set in New York City in 1896, a criminal psychologist,
Joseph Greenstein stood only 5 feet 4, but he could bend iron bars with his bare hands, bite through chains with his teeth and pull an airplane tied...
In the opening sequence of the acclaimed documentary “Destination Unknown,” Ed Mosberg dons a blue-and-gray-striped jacket emblazoned with the number 85454
Jeffrey Tambor has won two Emmys, a Golden Globe and a Screen Actors Guild Award for playing transgender matriarch Maura Pfefferman in the Amazon Prime...
Fewer than two percent of Chasidic Jews ever leave the fold. The documentary “One of Us” reveals why, telling the stories of three people who have left...
Kenny Ellis has been a cantor for 27 years, but before he got into Jewish liturgy, he was an entertainer — and he maintains a thriving side career as...
The Brooklyn home of two Orthodox Jewish twin brothers is a shocking, chaotic scene that could be straight out of the TV show “Hoarders.” Stray cats roam...
After playing the villain in last year’s “Prison Break” reboot, Mark Feuerstein is back to “nice Jewish guy” in the CBS comedy “9JKL."
This is the first time the Oscar-winning director will be the subject of a feature-length documentary, “Spielberg,” which premieres on HBO, Oct. 7.
Three decades later, the youth-oriented CW Television Network is updating the original formula for a millennial audience with a modern take on the series.
If comedies and science fiction top your TV viewing list, you’re in luck: New series from Sarah Silverman and Seth Rogen are coming to Hulu.
When it left the air in 2006 after eight seasons the sitcom “Will & Grace” sent its titular characters off with marriages and children.
When “Curb Your Enthusiasm” ended its eighth season in 2011, viewers of the HBO comedy wondered if Larry David had lost his own enthusiasm for the show.
Amos Elon was an outspoken critic of Israel’s policies regarding the Palestinians, and he left the country and moved into a farmhouse in Italy in 2005.
Miriam Waghalter and three girls from her Arabic language class at YULA Girls High School went to Israel to meet and travel with four Muslim girls.
Jews populate this summer’s offerings in broadcast and cable shows about the lives of millennials and comedians, an infamous scandal and Holocaust survival.
There were about 250,000 Jews in Lithuania in 1939, nearly half in the capital city of Vilna, where the population was 40 percent Jewish.
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