Any female experiencing childhood in the US during the 80s and 90s realizes that the coolest supplies in school had Lisa Frank plans on them – regardless of whether they were purple painter pandas or rainbow-spotted Dalmatians or VW slug-bug driving outsiders. For those of you who miss the girliest visual planner out there – who turns out to be Jewish – she is teaming up with Urban Outfitters to sell stickers, organizers, journals and, obviously, Trapper Keepers. The exceptionally tricky Ms. Candid consented to be met – however not shot – by Urban Outfitters and her office has monster models of her most popular characters. Additionally, Mila Kunis thinks Lisa Frank is cool as well – she showed up in a 1993 promotion for the brand, when she was just 11!
Assuming you thought “Gangnam Style” spoofs were a relic of times gone by, you thought wrong. The Hebrew University Student Union made “Jerusalem Syndrome,” one of the most amazing Gangnam recordings out there, with a concise appearance by Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat:
While we’re actually talking about fooling around – Judd Apatow is going to visitor alter the very first parody issue of Vanity Fair. Supervisor Graydon Carter said Apatow “upset shot satire by making scripts and developing a stable of entertainers in much the way that Preston Sturges and Woody Allen have done previously.” Apatow, accordingly, kidded that he didn’t understand he wouldn’t get compensated when he proposed to alter the issue.
Judd Apatow (Reuters)
Across the lake, in the UK, an abnormal new unscripted TV drama is setting Jewish moms in opposition to one another to be delegated Mother of the Year by The Jewish Times and find a new line of work as the paper’s very first desolation auntie – British for counsel reporter. Among the difficulties members in “Jewish Mum of the Year” face are arranging a Bar Mitzvah (or Barmy, as a few UK Jews like to say) and matchmaking. Here is a review of the new show.