Gerri Miller

Gerri Miller

Gerri Miller is a veteran entertainment and lifestyle journalist who has contributed to a variety of print and Internet outlets, including Glamour, Redbook,,,,,, Maxim, and Men’s Fitness. In addition to From the Grapevine, she currently contributes to the Dish Magazine,, BrainWorld, and Science News for Students among other publications. With roots in New York but happily living in Los Angeles since 1993, she’s a former Jeopardy! champion and plays Scrabble online every day.

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9 things the world's greatest violinist told us about himself

In a new documentary, Itzhak Perlman reveals that he loves to cook (but can't) and that he's bad luck for his favorite baseball team.

American dancer in Israel empowers women with DanceFit

'I have never had the same feeling of elation as I do when I dance," said Dorothy Eisdorfer.

At this camp, it’s computers instead of canoeing

Alumni have gone on to work for Sony, YouTube and the robot industry.

Meet the 5th-grade teacher who now plays Einstein for a living

Solo artist Jack Fry's Einstein show brings the famous physicist’s life to the stage.

​10 things you need to know about 'The Four' on Fox

Move over, ‘American Idol’ and ‘The Voice,’ and make room for Diddy, DJ Khaled, Meghan Trainor and their new singing competition where every episode is like a finale.

​10 things you should know about rising star Shani Atias

The actress is juggling half a dozen projects, but found time to sit down for our revealing interview.

Serena Williams' bridal designer offers 10 tips for choosing the perfect wedding gown

Galia Lahav's dresses may seem like something out of a dream, but her practical advice is very down-to-Earth.

Designing a movie about 3 billboards is more challenging than you think

For Frances McDormand's new film, Inbal Weinberg leaned on her years of experience as one of Hollywood's up-and-coming production designers.

​Meet the man who inspired the new Daniel Radcliffe movie

Israeli adventurer Yossi Ghinsberg tells his harrowing tale of survival in the Amazon.

Daniel Radcliffe transforms into a real-life Indiana Jones

The actor says his role in 'Jungle' is the hardest thing he's ever done.

What happens when you have to leave a place you love to follow your dreams?

A new documentary follows dancer Bobbi Jene Smith's journey from Iowa to Israel to NYC.

Young tech tycoons focus of new AMC comedy 'Loaded'

From the network that brought you 'Mad Men,' 'The Walking Dead,' and 'Breaking Bad' comes a show that merges 'Silicon Valley' with 'Entourage.'

What do 'Game of Thrones' and Albert Einstein have in common?

It's Ania Bukstein, an Israeli actress bursting onto the scene with roles in both the HBO blockbuster and the NatGeo bio series 'Genius.'

Hagar Ben-Ari shines as the lone female star of James Corden's house band

She's jammed with Prince, opened for the Rolling Stones and now has what she calls the best job on late-night TV.

5 reasons why we loved the new 'Wonder Woman' film

The FTGV movie review: There's a lot to love about this Gal Gadot-starring superhero flick.