Ronson was also the DJ at Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes’ wedding, where he played the theme from “Top Gun” as a joke.
Walking into a crowded bar in Manhattan and being the only woman among 200 single, good-looking, employed Jewish men sounds too good to be true — spoiler alert: it is.
Over 800 young, Jewish professionals took over the Gilded Lily on West 15th street to celebrate Israel’s Independence Day.
Gilded indeed: the posh nightclub hidden under The Monarch Room restaurant evokes the feeling of an urban fairy tale, in which a magic wand had been waved to coat everything in sight in gold.
Case: The six, who were arrested by Hampshire Police, are alleged to have asked women to hand over cash to men they met on the site.
They were remanded in custody at Basingstoke Magistrates' Court (pictured) today 'While the authorities and dating sites work closely together to ensure a safe environment on the internet, we encourage everyone to apply the same caution when meeting people online as they would meeting through friends or in a bar.
Not only does he appear to be experiencing one long, uninterrupted good hair day, but the singer-songwriter, producer and DJ just won Record of the Year for his 2015 hit, ‘Uptown Funk ft.
You know the issues, you know the severity, now meet the faces who are making a difference!On Wednesday night, Hebro, the organization for Jewish gay guys in New York City, threw its annual pre-Pride parade happy hour at the Attic Rooftop & Lounge on West 48th Street.In true Pride fashion, the party started before people began arriving at the actual event.Like most cultural icons, there is more to Ronson than initially meets the eye, — which in his case is a killer fashion sense and a coiffed mane that looks like it is guarded by the night’s watchmen from “Game of Thrones.” 7 reasons I have a Jew crush on Mark Ronson: 1. Ronson, who comes from a line of Russian, Austrian and Lithuanian Jewish immigrants, was raised Ashkenazi and had a Bar Mitzvah.Despite his rock star lifestyle, he is still not too busy to remember his roots (as confirmed by photos of him at Amy Winehouse’s funeral wearing a yarmulke).