Paul Simon and his wife Edie Brickell have appeared in court following their arrest on disorderly conduct charges after a domestic dispute.
The Jewish singer songwriter 72, told the judge at the hearing: “We had an argument - that is atypical of us.”
Ms Brickell, 48, agreed, assuring the court : “ [Paul] is not a threat to me at all.”
“Who doesn’t like a hot salt-beef sandwich?” Allan Davis asked himself when creating a dating site for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender Jews.
He created HotSaltBeef.com after noticing a gap in the market.
It looks like singer Boy George could soon be changing his lyrics to “Shawarma Chameleon”, following news that he is to open gay pride events in Israel this year.
The music icon, who found fame in '80s pop group Culture Club, will officially launch Israel’s pride events in Eilat on May 15, at the annual Temptation party on Dekel Beach.
Peaches Geldof, who was found dead aged 25 on Monday, was married to a Jewish musician and had only recently discovered her own Jewish roots.
The daughter of musician Bob Geldof and model Paula Yates, was married to Thomas Cohen and had two young sons: Astala, one, and Phaedra.
Pixie Lott was the star attraction but the ovation of the night at the Jewish Care young patrons dinner went to Holocaust survivor Renee Salt.
The 350 diners at the Marriott Grosvenor Square fell silent as an emotional Mrs Salt recalled harrowing encounters with Nazi officers.
Gwyneth Paltrow is splitting from Coldplay singer Chris Martin after 10 years of marriage.
The couple who have two young children said they were “consciously uncoupling”.
The Hollywood actress, whose late father was Jewish film producer Bruce Paltrow, made a joint announcement on her website, Goop.
American singer Pharrell Williams has paid special tribute to the Israelis who covered his award-winning single ‘Happy’.
The Grammy-winning rapper and record producer chose the video tribute filmed in Tel Aviv, to be shown at the UN’s International Day of Happiness .
The Rolling Stones will perform their first-ever Israel concert, it has been confirmed.
Representatives said on Tuesday that the band would go ahead with its performance in Tel Aviv this summer as planned.
The Stones were reportedly offered £4.5 million to play the open-air concert in Park Hayarkon on June 4 – the largest sum ever offered for a music act to play in the country.
A line-up of international bands will play at a new rock festival in Israel, it was announced this week.
Artists such as The Pixies, The Hives and Soundgarden will perform in the country for the first time at the Rock ‘N’ Roller Festival in Tel Aviv in June.
They will play alongside home-grown Israeli talent Elisha Banai and his band The Forty Thieves.