Joachim Gaunse, the brilliant metallurgist, was the first Jew to set foot on English soil in North America.
“Bitsy dahling! Whatever did you mean when you called Alistair a shmendrick while yachting?!”
If someone steals my identity, this is what he’s going to find.
Words from the Talmud are being sung in Zulu by an African choir?!
Some fascinating facts about Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur.
If I could go through labor and a C-section to have you, you can drive me to Walgreen’s and explain why my mouse doesn’t work.
The Tony award winning actor famous for playing Tevye in Fiddler on the Roof dies at 91.
Jewlarious is looking for contributors. Here are my 10 tips. Whether you want them or not.
There were over 2000 Jews in colonial America and many took part in the Revolutionary War. Here’s their story.
You should get one of those Medic Alert thingies so you don’t lie on the floor screaming.
With Father’s Day around the corner, here’s our salute to some extraordinary Jewish fathers.
Jews feel guilty if we don’t complain; Gentiles feel guilty for making a fuss.
Believe it or not, Jews don’t have a monopoly on guilt.
In honor of Memorial Day, we acknowledge Jewish celebrities who served in World War II.
The story of the Jewish communities of Bahrain and Tahiti.
Why won’t my son introduce me to his girlfriend? I’m sure she’ll love me unless I hate her first.
DidJew know a Jew invented those soy sauce take out packets we all know and love? Who nu?
A sit down interview with the world famous doll who turned 56, and who, it may come as a surprise to many, is Jewish.
Did you know, the TSA has special regulations for security checks on passengers carrying handmade matzah?
My advice and witticisms on apparel and appearance.
From what I told my son about his new apartment to my cousin who wants to maximize an all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet.
I interviewed Jackie Mason 25 years ago. Here, for the first time, I tell the story.
Men whatever you do, never tell your wife that her clothes look, or her food tastes “fine.”
Men and women think we speak the same language. We don’t.
DMGK = Darf min gehn in kolledj or “for this I went to college”?!
Forget LOL” How about WAICL for “What am I, chopped liver”?
I’m deaf and going in for surgery for a cochlear implant. Send kosher Chinese – please!
Suze Essenfeld bought into the Krankheiter – a thermometer that tells you when you are not sick.
“Spend more time with family & friends.” Um… for 3500 Jews have been nailing this one.
Many Christmas songs were written by Jews. If instead they wrote their songs for Hanukkah, this is what they’d look like.
If you can’t sing, tell jokes, don’t make the office party your debut.
Meet Sylvia. She’s been around for 3000 years, the last 1200 of which with an enormous bunion. But does she complain? No.
“Listen, if this interview is going on much longer, can we at least bring in a nosh?”
I thought of going on one of those “Hoarding” reality shows, except they’d make me throw out my stuff. And my stuff is important.
We Jews love to laugh at ourselves. So let’s do that with some “Jewpers” – or Bloopers involving Jews.
Archeologists discovered a 3000 year old woman in the Negev desert named Sylvia. After she woke up from her nap, she had more to say.
Archeologists just found a 3000 year old woman in the Negev. And her name is Sylvia.
Wholesaleman puts back in people’s pockets what those over-priced department store goniffs are stealing with their fancy-shmancy labels.
Can you tell if it sounds like what it means? Take this quiz and find out.
The struggles and successes of Robin Williams seem to mirror those of the Jewish people.
What do your Jewish food preferences say about you?
Part 2 of the abbreviated dictionary of Jewish diseases.
The abbreviated dictionary of Jewish diseases.
Five stereotypes of Nice Jewish Boys. Is there any truth to them?