Tarantino's alternate history of World War II is almost as exciting as the real history of Jewish refugees from interfaith families who fought for the US.
It has been 40 years since the great music festival in the Catskills, and all the Jewish participants are looking back and writing memoirs.
Tom Arnold is funnier than people think, his ex-wife Roseanne Barr, less funny than she thinks. Richard Nixon was never funny.
Dan Radcliffe is proud of his Jewish heritage--not so much of his poetry. Ivanka Trump is over the moon about her fiancee and Amy Winehouse is splitting with her man.
Michael Jackson's death has prompted the reopening of custody issues with his Jewish second wife, Deborah Rowe. Also, Michael Douglas' happy family turns out for a lifetime American Film Institute Award.
Sylvester Stallone's mom researches their Jewish ancestry, Evan Rachel Wood stars in a Woody Allen movie, Jewish baseball players face off.
Maya Rudolph appears in a new movie by director Sam Mendes and James Franco is to star in another film as poet Alan Ginsberg.
A new movie features two actors from Hungarian Jewish interfaith backgrounds, Adrien Brody and Rachel Weisz.
Nate Bloom tells us which of People's 100 Most Beautiful and Time's 100 Most Influential People are Jewish or in interfaith families. Plus, Michael J. Fox is an optimist.
Happy news: Liev Schrieber as a buffed-up bad guy in a new movie, Paula Zahn reconciles with her husband and the supportive interfaith marriage of Lynda Carter.
Ten Jewish baseball players from interfaith families, fun in Adventureland and Lindsay Lohan has tsuris.