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Too many of us are losing our Jewish roots. Even the Latke is assimilating.
Comedian Robert Klein is a nice guy in a tough business.
93-year-old Jewish comedian and writer Irving Brecher holds court at the Writer's Guild of America's "Living Legends" event.
It's true -- I am addicted to laughs. But to the old fashioned kind.
My lunch with comedian Soupy Sales is one I'll always remember.
The sadness of dealing with my son's illness was eased by the power of laughter.
Taking on Larry's life for a summer -- along with his neighbor Kenny "Kramer" -- made me appreciate my own.
Playing a Jewish cartoon character on "Rugrats" taught me about who I am in real life.
My dad could put a twist on just about every Jewish food. It was great for his soul, but not for his heart.
What really happened on that infamous episode of "Fridays"? An insider finally reveals the truth.
Comedian Shecky Green's life hasn't been all laughs.
I was using humor as a defense from feeling vulnerable, but when I realized it was coming at the expense of others, I decided to change my ways.