Monthly Archives: December 2006
The leading couples story on the cover of The NY Times Weddings & Celebrations section today, "Christine Jones and Bert Goldfinger" follows the romance of two 50-somethings who found love later in life, but nonetheless, enjoyed an especially rich and … Read More
A good way to say farewell to 2006. Just don't drink milk and watch this clip simultaneously.
Most enchanting Arabophilic YouTube of the day. The moneyquote, to be filed under "Alarming Compliments": I can spot an Arab from like ten miles away! And I'm like, GAWWWD, look, an ARAB! I swear to God, I can spot an … Read More
In The New York Observer last week, columnist Phil Weiss wrote on the subject of Jewish culture in L.A. versus New York. His observations were based on a Christmas party he attended while in L.A. in which he met three … Read More
Wednesday, I posted on Shimon Peres attending a Israeli-Palestinian soccer match in Andalusia, Spain sponsored by the Peres Center for Peace. Jewcy.Com obtained exclusive footage of Peres alongside Jibril Rajoub and a representative from Andalusia at a press conference sharing … Read More
Perfection, of a kind, was what he was after And the poetry he invented was easy to understand; He knew human folly like the back of his hand, And was greatly interested in armies and fleets; When he laughed, respectable … Read More
The following is the latest post from the blog, KABOBfest, a self-described unedited forum for Arab-Americans and friends to complain about politics and other serious topics in intelligent and funny ways. The discussion centers around the controversy involving the rabbinical … Read More