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Rockland Jewish Standard, February 2014

Rockland Jewish Standard, February 2014

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Published by Larry Yudelson
Serving the Jewish community of Rockland County, New York.
Serving the Jewish community of Rockland County, New York.

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WALT DISNEY AN ANTI-SEMITE?
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NOVELIST CREATES A NEW WORLD
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ROCKLAND
FEBRUARY 2014 · VOL. III · NO. 1 · $1.00
 
See it at the JCC
 JCC Rockland’s month-long  Jewish Film Festival opens in March
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Fashion Show & Music
 
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Noshes
“You
don’t have to be Jewish
 to love Levy’s Real Jewish Rye.”
– Judy Protas, an advertising executive at Doyle Dane Bernbach, writing in 1961. Ms. Protas died this month at 91.
ROCKLAND JEWISH STANDARD FEBRUARY 2014
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celebrities did visit Israel, there would be less cov-erage of the Israeli vaca-tion trips of the dubi-ously or weirdly famous. In these fame categories, I would place actress Pam Anderson, 46, and her new (Jewish) hub-bie,
RICK
 
SALOMON
, 45. The two married around January 12 and shortly thereafter boarded an El Al flight to Israel. Their Israeli honeymoon got more than a bare men-tion in many Israeli and Jewish media outlets.Anderson has visited Israel before: in 2010 she filmed some ads in Israel, and in 2011 she was a  judge for the Israeli ver-sion of “Dancing with the Stars.”Salomon, to be frank, is a pretty cheesy guy. His father was a pretty important Warner Broth-ers executive (it’s unclear if Rick inherited any big bucks). Whatever money Rick earns seems to be made in a shadowy, if not actually illegal way. He is reported to be a big-time poker player, playing house games in the Los Angeles area. (Maybe true, maybe not.)
Drake
MUSIC NOTES:
Grammys and more
PinkAri LevineDiane Warren
The Grammy Awards will be broadcast live on Sunday, January 26, on CBS, starting at 8 p.m. Only a smallish number of awards in the big-gest selling categories are presented onstage, and there are a handful of tribe-affiliated per-formers/producers up for a TV-worthy Grammy award.
DRAKE
, 27, is up for a Grammy for best rap performance and best rap song (“Started from the Bottom”) and may perform at the ceremony.
PINK
, 34, is nominated for co-writing “Just Give Me a Reason,” a song-of-the-year nominee. (She also sang the hit version of the song.) Pink will perform onstage at this year’s Grammys.Drake — born Aubrey Graham Drake — and Pink — born Alecia Beth Moore — both are chil-dren of a Jewish mother and a non-Jewish father. Pink always has been secular, while Drake was raised Jewish.“Locked out of Heav-en,” which was sung by Bruno Mars, is vying for best song of the year. Mars, whose paternal grandma was Jewish, co-wrote “Locked” with
ARI
 
LEVINE
, 30, a nice guy from Teaneck who I talked to last year. (Mars will headline the Super Bowl halftime show on February 2.)Last but not least is
LUKE
 
GOTTWALD
, 40, AKA Dr. Luke, a me-ga-pop producer and songwriter. He’s the tonic behind big acts like Katy Perry and he co-wrote “Roar,” a Perry tune up for the Grammy for song of the year.Worthy of note, but not presented on TV: singer/songwriter
RE-GINA
 
SPEKTOR
, 33, is nominated for her origi-nal theme song for the Netflix series, “Orange Is the New Black.” Also nominated in the same category (“song for visual media”) is vet-eran
DIANE
 
WARREN
, 57, who has won a slew of Grammy awards. She wrote the theme song for the hit film “Silver Lin-ings Playbook.”The Grammys Founda-tion is taking advantage of the fact that tons of musicians will be in Los Angeles for the awards and is filming an all-star tribute to the Beatles the day after the Grammys ceremony. The tribute will air on the 50th anni-versary of the Beatles’ Ed Sullivan Show February 7 appearance. No doubt some Jewish musicians will be on that program — but performers’ names haven’t been released yet.Israeli media sources are saying that Justin Timberlake will play Tel Aviv on May 28 and that Neil Young will perform in Tel Aviv on July 17. If these concerts do hap-pen — which seems to this observer pretty likely — they will represent a big setback for the cam-paign to boycott Israel culturally.However, big name stars have canceled Israeli concerts before with very little notice. So nothing is certain until Timberlake or Young take the stage in Tel Aviv.I suspect that if more
CANDLELIGHTING
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He absolutely made money off of the 2004 sex tape featuring him and his then girlfriend, Paris Hilton. Whether parts of the tape genu-inely were stolen will remain a mystery. Ulti-mately, however, Rick and Paris made a lot of money off the tape, and the tape gave Hilton’s dubious show biz career its biggest boost.Anderson’s “Bay-watch” TV show fame was fading in 1995, when a sex tape with her then husband, rock musician Tommy Lee, supposedly was stolen and released to the Internet. Ander-son ultimately profited big-time from legit sales of the tape and she pioneered the path that Hilton/Salomon and, a bit later, Kim Kardashian followed — fame and money based on sleeze and very little talent.Well, I guess it’s ap-propriate, somehow, that these sex-tape pioneers found each other.
–N.B.
PUBLISHER’S STATEMENT: ROCKLAND JEWISH STANDARD is published monthly by the New Jersey Jewish Media Group, 1086 Teaneck Road, Teaneck, NJ 07666. Periodicals post-age paid at Hackensack, NJ and additional offices. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to New Jersey Jewish Media Group, 1086 Teaneck Road, Teaneck, NJ 07666. Subscription price is $30.00 per year. Out-of-state subscriptions are $45.00, Foreign countries subscrip-tions are $75.00.The appearance of an advertisement in The ROCKLAND JEWISH STANDARD does not constitute a kashrut endorsement. The publishing of a paid political advertisement does not constitute an endorsement of any candidate political party or political position by the newspaper or any employees.
The ROCKLAND JEWISH STANDARD assumes no responsibility to return unsolicited editorial or graphic materials. All rights in letters and unsolicited editorial, and graphic material will be treated as unconditionally assigned for publication and copyright purposes and subject to ROCKLAND JEWISH STANDARD’s unrestricted right to edit and to comment editorially. Nothing may be reprinted in whole or in part without written permission from the publisher. © 2014

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