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  • Watch: Seth Rogen dishes on weed-smoking celebs

    We just can’t stop talking about Seth Rogen lately! Sorry if you’ve had enough, but this clip from Bravo’s “Watch What Happens Live” is just too Jew-packed to resist. Last night the show’s host Andy Cohen got Rogen to play a round of “Spill the Herbal Tea,” in which the writer, actor and Alzheimer’s advocate… More ▸

  • Sascha Seinfeld’s bat mitzvah bash

    Mazel tov to Jerry and Jessica Seinfeld on the bat mitzvah of their daughter Sascha this weekend. Of course a congrats from the likes of us is sad and meaningless in comparison to well wishes from the king of mazel himself, Andy Cohen, who looked absolutely giddy (and squinty) in a party pic posted to… More ▸

  • Andy Cohen makes a deal with Bravo

    Nobody puts Andy Cohen in a corner! And by “corner” we mean the corporate offices of Bravo. The “Watch What Happens Live” host had made a two-year deal with the network in which he will relinquish his position as executive vice president for talent and development, allowing him to spend more time focusing on his… More ▸

  • Andy Cohen describes ‘One Direction’ as gay, apologizes

    It’s uncertain what Bravo TV executive and television host Andy Cohen was thinking to himself, when he appeared on the today show immidiately after the popular British-Irish boyband “One Direction” and said: “This morning, I went into the normal green room that we typically go into. I barged in, there are all these people in… More ▸

  • Jewish celebrities react to Hurricane Sandy

    As one of the worst storms in U.S. history took its toll on the Northeast, celebrities who live in New York City (and elsewhere) took to Twitter with their thoughts and updates.
    Thanks for all the concerned tweets… Thank goodness we are all okay… Thinking of those who aren’t #sandy
    — Debra Messing (@DebraMessing)
    October 30, 2012
    I know it’s tough now, New York, but picture yourself next summer, lying on a warm, calm beach, with nothing to remind you of Sandy
    — B.J. Novak (@bjnovak) October 30, 2012
    Sending love to all in Long Beach L.I. My home town. bc
    — Billy Crystal (@BillyCrystal) October 30, 2012 More ▸

  • Jewish baseball heroes, real and fake

    Ross Ufberg at the Forward’s Arty-Semite launched an imaginative series about "The Lions of Zion," a fictional all-Jewish baseball team trying to compete in the National League in 1933. Had the team been real, JTA might have been able to help the hapless Hebrews drum up support the following year. [[READMORE]] JTA Jewish Daily Bulletin… More ▸