The party cited traffic and security problems in postponing the elections a day.
The concert set for July 3 at Yarkon Park in Tel Aviv is part of Spear's summer Asian tour, her first tour outside the U.S. since 2011.
Rumors that the American pop star would play in Israel have been circulated in the past, but the producers have confirmed the concert will soon be made official.
Some 400 gay Jews partied at the annual soiree in Manhattan. “I wanted a place where I could feel comfortable being Jewish in the gay world,” said host Jayson Littman, founder of the “social start-up” Hebro. More ▸
By Uri Fintzy
The meltdown of the once beloved Nickelodeon star Amanda Bynes is still going on, and it still feels like sitting next to a crying baby on a plane – it’s annoying, it’s painful, it’s slow and we are stuck with it for what seems like eternity. But hey, we might as well report about it…. More ▸
This weekend while performing at the Big Chill music festival in England, Kanye West, who usually suffers in silence, finally spoke up about the persecution he routinely endures.
“I walk through the hotel and I walk down the street, and people look at me like I’m (expletive) insane, like I’m Hitler,” he said.
Um, Kanye, generally people don’t voluntarily compare themselves to Hitler. It’s a designation usually bestowed unwillingly and inappropriately. It should not be assumed as some sort of mantle of oppression.
And Kanye — having people think you’re crazy when you’re walking down the street with unflattering facial hair growth doesn’t make you similar to Hitler. Unless, of course, you’re goosestepping as you do it.
Here is a short list of people who are crazy yet not similar to Hitler. More ▸