Taste Buds with Deb – Episode 44
As the lakers unveiled the much-anticipated statue of Kobe Bryant, there was one person whose heart beat faster than perhaps anyone else present: artist Julie Rotblatt-Amrany.
As I felt the bright lights and listened to the crowd cheering, it dawned on me that I could be a proud American, supporter of Israel, and Jew all at once.
The acidic pop of the cherry tomatoes contrasts deliciously with the herby umami of the almond basil pesto.
So far, the upcoming shows – including two in California – are still being held as planned.
“Subculture Vulture: A Memoir in Six Scenes” takes readers through Kasher’s relationship with Alcoholics Anonymous, Hasidic Judaism, the deaf world, Oakland’s raver scene, Burning Man, and standup comedy.
Jewish actress Natalie Portman stars as an actress researching her role playing a former teacher (Julianne Moore) who had an illegal affair with her student and later married. Loosely based on the true story of Mary Kay Letourneau and Vili Fualaau , despite some flaws, Portman and Moore both deliver outstanding performances.
Kingsley Ben-Adir delivers a performance that could get him nominated for an Oscar as the Jamaican reggae superstar in “Bob Marley: One Love.”
“The Chef” centers around Nimrod, an unemployed high-tech worker who starts working in the kitchen of a prestigious restaurant run by a brilliant chef.
At a time when Jews face rising antisemitism in the U.S. and around the world, the film “The Zone of Interest” addresses the chilling consequences of indifference.