Ladies, have you wondered what planet you would weigh the least on — or what household chemicals make the best cocktails? Comedian Megan Amram has your answers.
Transgender people are still banned from serving openly in the U.S. military. Colonel Jennifer Pritzker, Jewish billionaire and army veteran, is trying to change that.
From architecture to public education, the Pritzkers, one of the wealthiest families in the United States, support a diverse array of philanthropic causes. Here are the most important ones.
You might know comedian Ben Gleib from his regular appearances as a round-table commentator on “Chelsea Lately,” or from his podcast, “Last Week on Earth With Ben Gleib.” Perhaps you’re familiar with his work on NBC’s “The Real Wedding Crashers” or with his stint on the same network’s “Last Comic Standing.” But now, the 36-year-old Los Angeles native and funnyman, née Ben Nathan Gleiberman, has a new title: game show host.
Jesse Friedman and Laura Hadden are on a quest to explore world cuisine one U.N. member state at a time — and they’ve finally reached Israel.
Journalist Joel Warner trekked across the world in search of the answer to a seemingly simple question: What makes people laugh?
Manhattan’s Zucker bakery is turning out turkey-and-cranberry stuffed donuts. It sounds radical, but it’s really just an upscale hot pocket that’s pretty tasty.
Want a side of art with that pastrami on rye? You’re in luck. Katz’s deli just opened a pop-up art gallery next door to the 125-year-old sandwich shop.
For every pair of glasses Warby Parker sells, it gives a pair to someone in need. The strategy is as clever as it is generous.
What’s better than a pastrami on rye? Having that sandwich with beer, of course. Two classic Jewish eateries, Russ & Daughters and the Mile End, are venturing into late night territory.