Actress Mayim Bialik seriously injured her hand in a car accident in Los Angeles. More ▸
Following Mayim Bialik’s proposed break-up with Facebook last week, the actress spent the Memorial Day/Shavuot weekend relaxing and weighing her options. Today, the actress wrote that she’s reached some kind of compromise with her Facebook-ing ways of yester-week. Straight from the Blossom’s mouth (via Kveller): I am told I can post to Facebook and make… More ▸
By Uri Fintzy
A Mother’s Day special! Because if you’ll put all of them in a blender and add some guilt, you’ll get your mom! And you love your mom, don’t you? Well it wouldn’t hurt you to say it more often.
1. Sylvia Fine (“The Nanny”)
In a show that turned an eccentric Flushing-Jewish stereotype into an art form, Sylvia Fine, portrayed by Renée Taylor, was the queen. Constantly visiting the princess, Fran, and the Queen-mother, Yetta, Sylvia Fine (née Rosenberg) was a New York Jewish mother in a nutshell – overbearing, loud, hungry and mostly dominant. Oh, and loud too.
When an actress selects a dress for an awards shows, she probably takes the following into consideration: the color, the cut and the current fashion trends. But does she concern herself with an exposed elbow? Well, she does if she’s Mayim Bialik, who appears on the CBS comedy Big Bang Theory. The actress, who… More ▸
Mayim Bialik celebrates her 8-year-old peterbald cat’s birthday in a highly unusual way — with a family trip to 7 Eleven for slurpees. It just so happens that Esau (someone should alert Feline Protective Services about that name) was born on July 11, which is when the convenience store chain that I frequented for late… More ▸