Some are funny, some are painfully suspenseful, some are even terrifying — but they’re all worth watching.
Ever since I moved here from Israel, every late November felt like the beginning of a month-long assault. Every store, business and doctor’s office blared Christmas songs, streets were decorated with ostentatious light shows and seemingly everything became green and red — which, as an art school grad, I found personally offensive to my design sensibilities.
Get in the Festival of Lights spirit and check out one — or all eight — of these fun TV shows.
On Wednesday, JTA reported that Shan and Toad, a high-end children’s clothing retailer, had a very specific return policy: Customers could return non-sale items for a full refund — except for residents of five communities in New York and New Jersey, all of which have a significant Orthodox population. Those living in those zip codes, which include Brooklyn…
A high-end children’s clothing shop is facing a bit of scandal — and not for its steep prices or frivolous sartorial designs. Shan and Toad, an online store that carries brands like Kenzo, Little Mark Jacobs and Gaultier Junior, is facing criticism for its very specific return policy. The company — which “aims to please!” according to…
Snapchat, it’s what the kids are doing. Even if you’ve never used the Snapchat app you’ve probably seen its bright yellow ghost logo. Try it out, and follow the Jews!
Donald Trump’s long, dark speech at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland this Thursday left many viewers pining for some comic relief. Luckily, they got that and more with the return of a familiar Jewish voice: Jon Stewart.
Where do babies come from? Are we there yet? What should I make of the Donald Trump phenomenon? Jewish comedian Michael Ian Black tackles the Trump question in his forthcoming children’s book, ‘A Child’s First Book of Trump.’
Passover ends at sundown this Saturday, which means the feasting on chametz is almost upon us. Which is why we decided to put together a list of delicious yeasty bagels for you to potentially stuff your face with once the chametz ban is over.
An Moroccan bar in Israel has found the cure for Sephardi-envy around mimouna season.