Here are the best Purim carnival booth ideas I remember from my childhood.
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Not everything that happens in shul is in the siddur. Here are my tips on the other stuff.
“The diet starts now.” This is belted out by my uncle after wolfing down a half a brisket, quiche, pie, strawberry shortcake and stuffing.
Instead of gift cards, try currency with a stamp on it that says ‘Expired.’ Because that is what is going to happen to that gift card.
I made it to the finals of the Funniest Person in the World competition in Finland as an Orthodox Jew. Here’s my amazing story.
How about mandatory kosher delis in every major city?
From the canvas sukkah to the Sukkahmobile, here are some structures you might see over Sukkot.
Get the best bang for your buck out of your High Holiday seats in shul this year.
I’m representing Israel in the Funniest Person in the World competition. No joke.
The rabbis instructed us to eliminate baseless hatred. Here are some of my tips for even the most annoying of people.
Summer is upon us and that means one thing: vacation. Here are some survival secrets for the kosher traveler.
Now these Ashkenazi Jews are eating couscous, salatim, baclava and how do you pronounce that - schug!?
Think Jewish food is all gefilte fish and kugel? Think again.
Want to shop in the ancient Israeli marketplace but don’t know where to start? Allow me to enlighten you.
In honor of Yom Yerushalayim and Shavuot, join me on my Western Wall tour.
Start your celebration with a “Mangal” – which is an Israeli BBQ that is too small to cook on.
60 questions I asked at last year Seder including: How did I put on eight pounds already? I haven't eaten anything yet?!
Don’t let shadchans throw you off. They’re putting you down, but it’s for your own good.
Girls are a Princess, boys are a Superhero. That is all you have to know. It hasn't changed in thousands of years.
My love for Jewish holidays – as a third grader.
Halva, beer and shawarma - that's how Israelis really respond to terror.
You can tell the year that someone moved to Israel by the clothes that they wear. Here’s how.
In honor of Tu B’Shevat, singing the praises of the Holy Land.
Want to know how to ride a bus in Israel? Watch David and learn.
Being a standup comedian in Jerusalem is no laughing matter.
Eat oily food and enjoy the extra pounds. Heaviness shows religious commitment.