In Israel, taxi drivers are more religious than anyone you know outside of Israel. Anyone.
I just read the Torah in shul for the first time, thanks to an old Japanese sushi master named Jiro Ono.
Especially now, during such trying times, my mother wants to make the statement: I am with you.
Married one month ago, my 20-year-old cousin is risking his life for Israel and the Jewish people.
On my recent trip to Israel I came across some things that made me smile. Come look at my pictures!
Visiting Israel this week, I’ve never felt more a part of Am Yisrael.
A picture perfect tour of the recent kosher food trade show at the Meadowlands in New Jersey.
After a tragic accident that left him paralyzed, Rabbi Yehuda Simes inspires others to tackle life’s challenges.
Could you survive an entire week without your cell phone? One man survives to tell the tale.
The remarkable story of a Jewish boy in the Holocaust and the non-Jewish family that saved him.
Israel is showing the world how it’s done once again. This time, it’s how to protest.
I have a message for my Korean exchange student, 20 years in the making.
Jacob Medjuck’s new film has won 7 out of the 9 film festivals it has entered. PIXAR is a fan. But you won’t be able to see it if the big movie studios get their way.
Robert Cait went from Professional Wrestling to Standup Comedy. Not your typical nice Jewish boy.
Making a livelihood in Jewish music hasn't been easy, but Lenny Solomon has loved every minute of it.
An interview with David Shore, the creator, writer and executive producer of the award winning medical drama House.
Comedian Robert Klein is a nice guy in a tough business.
Comedian Shecky Green's life hasn't been all laughs.
The Israeli-Palestinian Comedy Tour isn't trying to solve the crisis in the Middle East, although it would be funny if they did.
British comedian Josh Howie talks about being Jewish in his act, even in a country that is becoming increasingly anti-Semitic.
David McLees has accomplished many things in the music industry, but he is most proud of his "Jewish Grammy."
A business trip to French speaking Montreal taught me a lesson in Jewish unity.
Laugh Factory owner Jamie Masada is serious about changing the world, one laugh at a time.
Orthodox Elvis impersonator Dan Hartal a.k.a. "Schmelvis" thinks so.
For Yisrael Campbell, the journey from Catholicism to Judaism is a real laugh.
A play-by-play description of the happiest day of my life.
After searching for my soul mate for so long, there was only one thing that I could do when I found her: propose. Not as easy as it sounds.
A stand-up comedian's brush with tragedy teaches him that laughter helps keep you connected to spirituality.
Shmuel Skaist drinks beer and thinks of himself as a rock star. He also has six kids and is a rabbi. He sees no contradiction between the two.
It's hard keeping your spirits up while going through the seemingly never-ending journey of dating. But don't panic - your soul mate is out there.
An exclusive Jewlarious interview with a comedian who is truly Jewlarious.
Mind reader Marc Salem knows what you're thinking. Be very careful.
An interview with the four-time Emmy Award winning comedy writer.
Jewish comedian Eric Schwartz thinks that rap music is strictly Kosher.
Ophira Eisenberg is a little bit of an outsider. But that's what makes her funny.
Comedian Steve Mittleman has performed for just about everyone. But his favorite thing to do is to make Jewish people laugh.
Comedian Dave Chappelle taught me an important lesson about being Jewish.
Modi is a comedian who is proud to be Jewish. He wants you to be proud about it too.
A stand up comedian grapples with laughter during trying times.
Mark Schiff thinks that G-d is funny. G-d probably thinks Mark Schiff is funny too -- most people do.
Wearing a yarmulke is no easy decision. It signifies to the world – and to its wearer – that it sits on top of a committed Jew.
Facing a challenge is a noble endeavor. Putting yourself in a dangerous situation may be stupid.
The movie "X-Men" describes a group of mutants who are rejected by the rest of humanity. For me, it hit very close to home.
The guests aren't the only fools: You can actually feel yourself getting dumber when you watch humiliation fests like "Jerry Springer Show".
I have decided to go without television for an entire week. And believe me, this is a big deal.
Loveable American icon toasted, then laid to rest.
One of the liveliest Shabbat dinners we hosted was with a group of deaf teenagers.