Yosl Birstein was such a terrific storyteller, both in Yiddish and in Hebrew, that he eventually became a legendary figure on the Israeli radio.
Who by fire? And who by water? Who by sword? And who by no deal getting made between Netflix and NBC executives?
Who by earthquake and who by plague? Who by strangulation and who’s just getting stoned?
Two filmmakers made a documentary about using humor and the Holocaust. But the film’s meaning completely changed after the 2016 election.
Tech entrepreneur Billy McFarland’s “Fyre Festival” was a spectacular, hilarious, wonderful failure.
Is claiming to be related to famous people just because we have the same last name ethical?
Searching for the most Jewish scene in Woody Allen’s “Annie Hall” on the film’s fortieth birthday.
“We see the beautiful official photograph of Melania Trump,” Williams said. “I am tempted to quote the great Leonard Cohen: ‘You told me again you preferred handsome men, but for me you would make an exception.’”
Alan Zweibel, a former writer on Saturday Night Live, remembers provoking the wrath of his rabbi by mentioning his name on the show.
Are we to conform to society’s expectations and play the part that our age dictates?