AboutKylie Ora Lobell, Author at Jewess
Mayim Bialik, star of “The Big Bang Theory” and “Blossom,” is on the podcast today!
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On the episode, Mayim and Jewess host Kylie Ora Lobell chat about growing up Jewish, becoming
Hanukkah is nearly here! This year, it falls on December 12 through 20. During the eight days, we light the menorah, challenge each other to games of spin the dreidel, eat donuts and latkes and other fried goodies, and give presents to our family members and friends.
Alma is the new home for female Jewish millennials. It’s filled with fun pop culture articles, essays on bat mitzvahs, reviews of every new episode of “Broad City,” and relatable stories about JSwiping, throwing parties, and going to college.
When I started my conversion process seven years ago, I immediately noticed something: Jews love food.
I grew up in a white, middle-class American family. My background is a mishmash of English, Irish, German, and Scottish. In my home, food was never emphasized. It was more like something you simply needed to get by.
Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach’s music is present in worship and at Jewish celebrations all over the world. He is one of the most influential Jewish musicians of all time and continues to be an inspiration 23 years after his death.
Natalie Portman, one of Hollywood’s most successful and revered leading actresses, isn’t immune to sexual harassment.
In a discussion at Vulture Festival Los Angeles, Portman revealed that she has been harassed hundreds of times throughout her long career in Hollywood. The one situation that stood out to Portman is when a producer invited her onto his private plane. He said that they would be with a group.
Rachel Bloom and the cast of “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” took the stage at Vulture Festival LA to sing seven songs from the show, celebrate the 100 tunes they’ve released, and debut a new song that has not yet aired.
Jill Soloway, creator and executive producer of “Transparent,” said that by 2020, they want Hollywood to be 50% women, 50% men. That includes the TV and movie writers, department heads, directors, showrunners, and board members.
Sarah Tuttle-Singer is one of Israel’s most outspoken critics, as well as one of its most ardent supporters. Like the country itself, she is full of contradictions.
Comedian Jackie Gold isn’t afraid to go there. In her stand-up act and on her new album, “Maximum Occupancy,” she talks about dating, intimacy, reality TV, and even the Long Island medium… all without any sort of filter.