By Inga Roizman
Energy drinks are a favorite with the young people in the sober community. I never thought I would be one of THOSE people. I used to judge them. The first time I tried one I felt jittery and didn’t indulge in one again for a long time. Then came a day where I had...
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An artist who recently appeared on Palestinian Authority TV described one of his paintings that featured an ogre—wearing a skullcap with the Star of David—killing children on a bayonet before eating them, Palestinian Media Watch reported.
The painting shows two other monsters wearing similar skullcaps, as well as a pile of dead children.
“This painting is about the Gaza massacre,” Palestinian artist Abd Al-Hai Msallam said. “Here I show the people, the kids, and the Zionist enemy’s cruelty and savagery.”
August 6, 2008 | 12:32 am
That’s an absurd question, I know. But the Montauk Monster, though apparently dead, is killing jewishjournal.com.
GeekHeeb and The God Blog have each posted twice during the past week about the alien creature or pit bull or raccoon or whatever...
August 5, 2008 | 8:52 pm
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August 2, 2008 | 3:01 pm
The original image of this creature, seen here, left people a bit breathless. Was it a dog with a beak or a sea turtle with long legs? Were we glad it was found dead on a Long Island beach and not alive in Manhattan like the lice in “Cloverfield?” Was its appearance the beginning of...
July 31, 2008 | 8:46 pm
Gawker published photos on Tuesday of what’s being dubbed the Monster of Montauk—or the Montauk Monster—under the headline: “Dead Monster Washes Ashore in Montauk.”
Three friends walking along the beach apparently stumbled onto the creature, which some have described as a...
October 30, 2007 | 5:42 pm
In the 16th Century CE Rabbi Judah Loew was said to have created a powerful Golem to defend Prague’s Jewish ghetto.
Although I composed this segment of score for the scene in Paul Wegener’s 1920 prequel to his silent Golem series in the summer of 2002, I only recorded it during...
January 19, 2006 | 7:00 pm
It's a sunny winter day and a friend and I fear for our lives as my husband, Ron Magid, screeches our oversized Chrysler east down Sunset Boulevard. We're speeding toward the ArcLight Cinemas and a press screening of Peter Jackson's "King Kong."
The usually amiable Ron swears at...
May 7, 1998 | 8:00 pmDetail from the cover of "Boy MeetsGirl," a romance comic book, 1947
I am engaged to a wonderful man whose "littleproblem" has become very, very big during the course of our two-yearcourtship and has grown acute during our engagement. He was always...