Greg Joseph of the NFL’s Cleveland Browns got a new mezuzah and kicked a game-winning field goal — on the same day.
“Sure is and will remain as long as I am Chief,” the chief said.
It’s affixed upon the doorpost.
“No, I won’t put it on my office door. I want to put it in a more central location, where everyone will see it.”
Alexander Rapaport, Executive Director of the Masbia Soup Kitchen, has had a busy year. His soup kitchen, with sites in Flatbush, Coney Island, and Rego Park (Queens), recently overcame months of delays to…
Helena Czernek and Aleksander Prugar have been trekking around Poland both as artists and as archaeologists. They are searching for traces of mezuzas on Jewish homes that were abandoned or destroyed during the Holocaust.
Boxer Manny Pacquiao may be looking to get the Tribe behind him as he heads into his fight of the century against Floyd Mayweather.
For the third time in a week, bullet holes were discovered at a Jewish establishment in the Paris area.
Apparently, Christians have mezuzah-envy. Or so it would seem to one Henry Zabarsky, inventor of the “Christooza.”
An Orthodox Jewish man from suburban New York City sued his landlord for demanding that he remove the mezuzah from his apartment’s doorpost.