Man does not live on melodrama and ennui alone.
Silverman’s rabbi sister is a fierce defender of her social media presence.
It’s been years since Jerry Seinfeld filmed a standup special and this time around, he’s going in hard with the dad jokes.
As Einstein wrote, “Everything should be done to keep alive the tragic affair of Sacco and Vanzetti in the conscience of mankind.”
A barbecue competition with star-chef judges is just part of the fun. The event features live music, a pickle-eating contest and a mechanical bull.
“Yesterday my 9 year old saw some footage from Charlottesville. Then she asked me if there would be a second Holocaust,” he tweeted.
The film has earned more than $800 million worldwide — and still hasn’t opened in Japan.
The rabbinical arms of three denominations are pulling out of the annual conference call held by the president before the High Holidays.
The ADL said it received six times as many individual donations as during an average week this year, mostly from first-time donors.
“Modesty was really important here. If the imagery was not congruent to the community’s standards, it could be a barrier.”
A celebration of the best Jewish food across the country, New York Deli Week is back for the second year.
It’s the most effective — and taboo — way to make sure you’re getting paid as much as your male colleagues.
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi met presidential adviser Jared Kushner
A federal judge has ruled that Idaho’s prisons are legally required to provide kosher food.
Science Envoy for the Department of State of the United States Daniel Kammen has shared a coded message of his own — and it’s even more direct.
A great choice for Jewish students.
Netanyahu warned Putin on Wednesday that Israel was prepared to act against Iran in Syria.
Three key bible verses help explain:
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