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  • Confirmed: Amy Winehouse died from alcohol poisoning

    A second inquest into the death of Jewish musician Amy Winehouse confirmed today that the 27-year-old English star died of accidental alcohol poisoning. Coroner Shirley Radcliffe said the celebrity’s tragic end occurred from “alcohol toxicity” and was a “death by misadventure,”confirming initial reports from October 2011 of a first coroner who was later found to be untenable, the… More ▸

  • CNN’s list of celebrity health stories of 2011

    CNN came out with a list of the top celebrity health stories of 2011, and Tribe members have certainly made their mark. Sure, Charlie Sheen and Kate Middleton may top the list for their respective issues (Sheen, of course, for being crazy, and Middleton sure lost a lot of pre-wedding weight) but Jewish celebrities had… More ▸

  • Another Winehouse track released

    Just like Tupac, Amy Winehouse hasn’t let death keep her from releasing more material. From her upcoming posthumous album, “Lioness: Hidden Treasures,” here is the soulful song, “Halftime.” Let’s just hope that her record label keeps a few tracks under wraps so there is something new to listen to when the album is released. More ▸

  • Introducing the Weekly Sizzle!

    Were you sleeping the whole week and missed all the good Jewish celebrity stories? Are you afraid to ask your friends what the stories were because they might realize you care about Jewish gossip more than, let’s say, politics? Well worry no more! 6 Degrees No Bacon is introducing The Weekly Sizzle! , a video… More ▸

  • Another Winehouse duet announced

    Shortly before Amy Winehouse died, she sang a duet with Tony Bennett called Heart and Soul. Now a track Winehouse recorded back in 2008 with the rapper Nas, who she sang about in her song Me and Mr. Jones (the MC’s full name is Nasir Jones), has just been made available. Like many of her… More ▸

  • New Amy Winehouse album to be released

    Every time Amy Winehouse was spotted coming out of a recording studio or with mega-producer, Mark Ronson, fans would become hopeful that the follow-up to 2006’s breakthrough album, Back to Black, would soon be released. Alas, she passed away from alcohol poisoning before her third record could be completed. But now her label has announced… More ▸

  • Amy Winehouse died from alcohol poisoning

    The long-awaited results of Amy Winehouse’s autopsy have arrived, and in the end it wasn’t illegal substances that killed the soul songstress. It was alcohol. According to the coroner’s report, Winehouse died with five times the legal British drunk driving limit in her bloodstream. The report described cause of her demise as “death by misadventure,”… More ▸