Here’s a sure fire tip if you want to be remembered for posterity: do something really embarrassing. Humanity promises not to forget.
A manual to coaching Little League, or in my case, Yiddle League.
God has given me perfect health, but to make up for it, I have really bad teeth. Really bad.
I am obsessed with eating food that was cooked, at the very least, that week.
Yes, Cheerios were invented by anti-Semites who totally don’t care about Pesach.
Some of the expressions we use sound like they were coined by someone who doesn’t actually speak English.
As a husband, I’m pretty helpful around the house. But vacuuming…”hate” is not a strong enough word.
If I would have known what a pain it would be to find clothes to wear to my wife’s brother’s wedding, I never would have sent in the reply card.
I think it’s time we dispelled all these old wives’ tales about medicine that we’ve been hearing and repeating since our childhood.
Having a 15-month-old baby in your house that can walk but not talk is kind of like having a really short, slightly-insane foreigner living with you.
I think I speak on behalf of everyone when I say it is not easy to figure out what to buy people for Chanukah.
If I hate shopping for myself, what makes my wife think I am going to enjoy shopping for her?
Have the past 21 generations of one family of flies dedicated themselves to mercilessly harassing me?
As the mascot at my kids’ summer camp, I realized that we all want to know who is pulling the strings in life.
Google has invented the self driving car. Wait, so whose picture is on the license?
Actual results of a recent poll of hotel managers as to the strangest objects people have ever requested from the concierge.
My wife and I are trying come up with ideas to save energy. But all of this thinking requires a lot of, well, energy.
Remembering to count the days between Passover and Shavuot can be tricky. But I’ve got a plan!
Time for my favorite errand – a trip to the Department of Motor Vehicles!
Purim is here, and it’s about time you gave some serious thought to the subject of costumes.
My 8 surefire tips to finding whatever you’ve lost. Guaranteed!
I never call my parents. At least that’s what my parents believe.
One man’s take on his experience during Hurricane Sandy and the following blackout.
Ever since I was a teenager, people have been coming up to me in stores and assuming that I worked there.
I’ve been feeling kind of lousy lately, and I’ll tell you why: I went to the doctor.
I am happy to call myself a Mitzvah Clown – someone who brings happiness to senior homes and children’s hospitals.
My youngest child, Gedalyah, is about to start crawling. But he doesn’t know it yet.
Kids gather around and listen to these pearls of wisdom from a master educator.
Statistically, it’s a lot safer to fly than to drive. I think I’ll take my chances.
Don’t talk to me about the weather, the food at the wedding you went to or how bad the traffic was – I hate small talk.
How to make your next Chinese Auction a fun-raising experience.
For his Afikoman present my son asked for a football. But I can’t play for the life of me. Help!