Jewish Humor Central is a blog to start your day with news of the Jewish world that's likely to produce a knowing smile and some Yiddishe nachas. In his New York theatrical debut at the Bleecker Street Theatre starting November 11 (Previews start November 2), comedian Yisrael Campbell will take the audience on a hysterically funny and intensely personal journey through his struggles with drugs and alcohol and his eventual salvation in the Jewish faith.It's also a collection of sources of Jewish humor--anything that brings a grin, chuckle, laugh, guffaw, or just a warm feeling to readers. Though he was born Catholic, Yisrael (who changed his name from Christopher) charts an extraordinary spiritual, creative, and hilarious journey that includes three circumcisions along the way.The unnamed harasser "physically lured" her to his hotel room and asked her to watch him shower, the "Insurgent" star told Variety in an interview published Tuesday. Judd later compared experiences with several other actresses, who said the same studio head had done "the exact same thing" to them.The person, described as "one of [the] industry's most famous, admired-slash-reviled bosses" from a rival studio, invited Judd to his hotel to discuss potential roles in his movies while she was filming the 1997 Paramount thriller "Kiss the Girls." He propositioned her in "stages," she said, before she eventually escaped. To date, that executive's studio has never offered her a movie role, she told Variety.
Join in a conversation with the author about her experiences in the White House and how they inspired her fiction - Commonwealth Club of California Kristin Gore was born in 1977 and graduated from Harvard, where she was an editor of the Harvard Lampoon.Even then, Paul Sadler would break down crying when he got to Dachau and would talk no further. Discovering any further information about the unidentified photos seemed impossible.They had sat in a Chicago attic for years, a virtual mystery, and remained unexplained at Bruce Sadler's Evansville residence for the past 20 years.Filmmakers interact with each other and with you, their peers.To become a screening series member → register here charts how Albert Einstein, an imaginative, rebellious patent clerk who struggled to land an academic post in his early years, went on to become the greatest scientific mind of the 20th century, all while juggling volatile, passionate and complex personal relationships.Carlos Watson, JD '95, a former political analyst for CNN, currently heads a venture-backed television production company in New York.