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Sundown: Galliano Stripped of Legion of Honor

Plus Sorkin’s Jewish characters, a ‘Simpsons’ catchphrase is born, and more

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Designer John Galliano attends the Dior celebration of the reopening of its 57th Street Boutique on December 8, 2010 in New York City.(Jason Kempin/Getty Images)

• John Galliano has been stripped of his 2010 French Legion of Honor award. [WWD]

• Iranian artist Hadieh Shafie showcases the artistry of scrolls in her new Telesm series. [Wired]

• “Soul Doctor,” the Off Broadway musical about Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach, is looking for a new theater. [NYT]

• Revisit your favorite Jewish characters on Sorkin’s earlier series, The West Wing and Sports Night, before Sunday’s The Newsroom finale. [Jewcy]

• Isla Fisher attends the premiere for Bachelorette, in which she plays Katie. [Hollywood Reporter]

• The history of Homer Simpson’s signature “D’oh” [Explore]

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Sundown: Galliano Stripped of Legion of Honor

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