Jews in the News

Jews In The News: Michelle Chamuel, Scarlett Johansson and Oscar Hamerstein

Jews in the NewsPosted by Nate Bloom   “The Voice” Update   MICHELLE CHAMUEL, as noted in last week’s column, is a contestant on the hit NBC talent program, “The Voice.”  As I write this, Chamuel, 23, has survived the “round of six” (results announced on June 4) and…

Jews in the News: Michelle Chamuel, Lisa Bonet, Jesse Eisenberg

Jews in the NewsPosted by Nate Bloom “The Voice”   MICHELLE CHAMUEL, who is about 23, is one of six remaining contestants on “The Voice,” the hit NBC reality talent show. On May 28, Chamuel garnered enough popular votes from the TV audience to be "saved" and didn't have to…

Jews in the News: Michael Douglas, Dr. Joyce Brothers & Phil Ramone

Liberace: Behind the Schmaltz   Liberace (1919-1987) was, in his own way, just about as weird as music producer PHIL SPECTOR, now 73, and like Spector, is perfect fodder for an HBO bio-pic (“Behind the Candelabra” premieres on Sunday, May 26, at 9PM). MICHAEL DOUGLAS, 68, plays…

Jews in the News: Randy Newman, Mel Brooks and Mila Kunis

Nate Bloom blogs on this week's Jews in the News. Honors News: Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Mel Brooks on PBS   The 2013 induction ceremony for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame was held on April 18 and, on Saturday, May 18, at 9PM, HBO will broadcast ceremony highlights (many…

Jews in the News: Arnold Rothstein, Gabrielle Giffords & Gwyneth Paltrow

Nate Bloom blogs on this week's Jews in the News.   At the Movies   F. Scott Fitzgerald’s great 1925 novel, “The Great Gatsby,” has been made into four previous films, including a silent and made-for-TV version. None, including the 1974 film starring Robert Redford, have been…