Posted by Six Degrees No Bacon
Who doesn’t wanna be Drake? I mean, he has everything: the money, the talent, the looks. Yep, everyone wants to be Drake, and now thanks to a new video, anyone can actually look like him, even Asian women!
Tamang Phan, an amateur make-up artist who is famous for making online videos of how to look like starlets like Kate Middleton, Angelina Jolie and even Neytiri, that blue chick from Avatar, has outdone herself by instructing girls how to look like Drake.
The transformation actually turns out surprisingly well. Who knew that by drawing a hairline, using dark make up to make your nose bigger and drawing a little beard, anyone could like Drake? Now that she crossed the line and started cross… make-upping, Phan should tackle the more interesting looking hip-hop artists. I demand to see how I can turn into Lil Wayne or Snoop!
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January 15, 2012 | 11:20 pm
Posted by Tom Tugend
The movie industry’s two veteran super-Jews, Steven Spielberg and Woody Allen, didn’t walk off with the most prestigious awards at Sunday’s Golden Globe Awards, but neither did they go home empty-handed.
“The Adventures of Tintin” earned Spielberg top honors for best animated feature film, but his other current hit movie, “War Horse,” was nosed out by “The Descendants” as best dramatic motion picture.
“Midnight in Paris” initially led the field with three nominations for best picture (musical or comedy), director and screenplay. But Allen, continuing the tradition of not showing up, made do with the best screenplay award.
In the competition for best foreign-language film, Iran cemented its frontrunner status with its entry “A Separation.” Israel’s contender, “Footnote,” by Joseph Cedar, did not make the five finalists cut.
On the television side, Israel could take some vicarious pleasure in top honors for the drama series “Homeland,” and for its co-star Claire Danes as best actress. “Homeland” is based on the Israeli TV hit “Hatufim” (Prisoners of War) and is produced by Howard Gordon.
“Modern Family,” created by Steve Levitan (with Christopher Lloyd), topped the field as best drama TV series (musical or comedy).
The annual Golden Globe Awards are produced by the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn.
January 12, 2012 | 6:30 am
Posted by Jonah Lowenfeld
Fred Karger, the Jewish and openly gay Republican Presidential hopeful, celebrated his finishing ahead of Minnesota Congresswoman Michelle Bachmann in the January 10 New Hampshire primary.
Karger, whose outsider candidacy was the subject of an article in the Jewish Journal in December, finished eighth in New Hampshire, with 485 votes, ahead of Bachmann, who came in ninth with 350 votes.
That Bachmann had had dropped out of the race before the New Hampshire vote, on Jan. 4, after she finished sixth in the Iowa Caucuses didn’t mute Karger’s joy at the result.
“Congresswoman Bachmann was in 12 national debates, raised $10 to $12 million, received massive news coverage, has huge name ID and we beat her in New Hampshire,” Karger said in a statement.
Karger, whose campaign is mostly self-financed, has been excluded from all of the many Republican candidate debates, including the Republican Jewish Coalition’s Presidential Candidates Forum in December. He is the first Republican Jewish candidate to be on a presidential ballot.
Karger took special pride in beating Bachmann, who is known for her frequent comments about the dangers of homosexuality. “Early last month I said that I wanted to beat [Rick] Santorum or Bachmann in New Hampshire,” Karger said in the statement. “It’s a big win for me.”
Santorum, a former senator from Pennsylvania and an outspoken opponent of gay rights, came in fourth in New Hampshire, with 23,408 votes.
January 9, 2012 | 11:43 am
Posted by JewishJournal.com
On Friday, Jan 6th, 2012, a group of 250 women from Beit Shemesh decided to raise their voices against the exclusion of women from the public domain by holding a mass public dance in the city square. The women, residents of the city from all ages and sectors, religious, traditional and secular, gathered together in a flashmob dance, in the city square and started dancing towards a change.
Producer: Renana Levine
Director of Photography: Josh Gold
Eli Ben Ze’ev
Choreographer: Liat Amar
Sound: Daniel Peretz
Stills Photographer: Yissachar Ruas
Music: Queen - Don’t Stop Me Now
Thought of and organized by:
Etty Ben-Ami Suissa
Thanks to all the women who participated
Special thanks to Debralee and Daniel Goldman