That we now receive news through the internet is merely a change in technology, not a transformation in what we read or why.
“What’s she doing here?” yelled the editor-in-chief. “I go on vacation, and my entire newspaper goes to hell!”
I put my foot down and reminded him that this was not a religious paper, so the name Jesus stays as is.
We must never forget the huge contributions of previous generations.
Our last print issue will include anecdotes about role that the Forverts played in people’s lives.
The chocolates were certified kosher. But why was the paper honoring a Christian holiday?
The first in a series of short videos of jokes told in Yiddish with English subtitles.
Although most people who read Yiddish today are from the Hasidic community, our goal is to attract Yiddish devotees of all stripes.
Learn How To Make Chicken Fricassee and Rice with Apples by watching our Yiddish cooking show (with English subtitles)
To commemorate his first yahrtzeit, watch the beloved comedian describe how he got his famous sense of humor.