About BG

BG is a professional blogger whose work has appeared on numerous sites from Rotten Tomatoes to PopMatters. She loves film, TV (yes "the boob tube"), and music and has critiqued on all three. In 2004, she published a book with Penguin on the hit reality TV show "The Apprentice". She realizes that was four years ago already and we live in fast times. 

Her writing has also appeared in The Boston Globe and The Jerusalem Post. She writing can presently be found over at Jewlicious, Amaldo.com's blog, and an anonymous blog which will one day make her famous and supports her long-term goal of world domination of the blogosphere.


I’m Not Just An Incredibly Symmetrical Face & Hot Body!

I’m Not Just An Incredibly Symmetrical Face & Hot Body!
By March 14, 2007

The 57th annual Miss Israel Pageant crowned its latest queen Tuesday night: 18-year-old Liran Kohner. Unfortunately for Liran, the victory will not relieve her of her military duties as she'll have to juggle the responsibilities of both. Not to mention, … Read More

Should We Rename Ford Motor Cars Too?

Should We Rename Ford Motor Cars Too?
By March 14, 2007

Someone discovered that there is a street in Brooklyn's very Jewish Manhattan Beach area that is indirectly named after Hitler, well according to the Jewish Blogmeister anyways. It was recently discovered that Austin Corbin, a 19th century Brooklyn Land Developer … Read More

Daily Shvitz: All The French News That’s Relatively Fit To Print

Daily Shvitz: All The French News That’s Relatively Fit To Print
By March 13, 2007

Happy 200th Birthday French Jewish Assembly. May you survive another 200 years and prosper without the likes Maurice Papon or Raymon Barre and any other dude with complexes who isn't Napoleon. [European Jewish Press] Radio transmission must travel super slow … Read More

We Live In An ADD World And One Dude’s TMI Is A Testament To That

We Live In An ADD World And One Dude’s TMI Is A Testament To That
By March 13, 2007

I knew there was a reason I left DC and Wonkette helped me today to see how sparse the eligible male population really is there. Read one man's blog post below, entitled "Paying The Price For All That Food Yesterday" … Read More

Heading South For Spring

Heading South For Spring
By March 13, 2007

Smut aside, the American Apparel ads are so much more alluring and of higher quality than the clothes they sell. Having said that, I'm not sure this billboard ad (on the corner of Allen & Houston) isn't towing the fine … Read More

Delicious Peace Tainted With A Bitter Aftertaste & The Threat Of Eruption

Delicious Peace Tainted With A Bitter Aftertaste & The Threat Of Eruption
By March 13, 2007

A better morning really does start with a cup O' Jo, so why not a better world? That's the logic behind the Ugandan interfaith coffee cooperative Mirembe Kawomera ("Delicious Peace") that boasts a collective contingency of Muslim, Jewish, and Christian … Read More

Screen Legend’s Son’s Diplomatic Answer Not Likely To Spur Another Stroke

Screen Legend’s Son’s Diplomatic Answer Not Likely To Spur Another Stroke
By March 13, 2007

In an interview for a new TV special, Michael Douglas was prompted to respond to his father's question regarding his parenting skills. Not likely Kirk was counting on Michael's honest, yet cool/calculated response. Or was he? In the TV special, … Read More

Meet The Soon-To-Be Breakout Star/Token Fat Girl With A Set Of Pipes

Meet The Soon-To-Be Breakout Star/Token Fat Girl With A Set Of Pipes
By March 12, 2007

Jana Fruchtman may or may not have lost out to Nicole Blonsky for the "Hairspray" lead in the latest Adam Shankman film adaptation of the 1988 John Waters original. What we do know is that Fruchtman belts out a mean … Read More