Presidential candidates reach out to Jewish voters. And then they have a nosh.
If you are a “Pupika” you are an “innie” – an introvert.
Even at the expense of my own personal well-being, I will not pay the airline’s extra baggage fee. I repeat, not!
Italian mothers give Jewish mothers a run for their money. I should know – I’m Italian, and Jewish.
As an English teacher at a Jewish high-school, I am witnessing firsthand the demise of cursive. And I couldn’t be happier.
You can tell the year that someone moved to Israel by the clothes that they wear. Here’s how.
Whether at a Broadway show, a Yankee World Series game or in shul, I just can’t help it. My name is Mark, and I’m a napaholic.
“Was that really you in that photo of Cousin Jacob’s Bar Mitzvah? How long ago was that taken?”
Losing 50 pounds was exciting. Keeping it off is murder.
Differences I’ve observed between spending Shabbat in Italy and Shabbos in America.
“You're a comedian? Prove it.” that doesn't happen with other jobs. Nobody ever goes, “Oh you're a mohel? Prove it."
How a Christmas gift changed a young Jewish boy’s life forever.
President Bernie Sanders declares 4 day work week because, “The Nation needs to get ready for Shabbos.”
We Jews like to look back and reflect. So reflect a little with me, won’t you?!
Being a standup comedian in Jerusalem is no laughing matter.
Them: “Spend more time with family.” Us: “Over 3500 years, we’ve pretty much mastered this one.”
Jewish children, I’ve been outsourced, and now I need your help.
Eat oily food and enjoy the extra pounds. Heaviness shows religious commitment.
Here are some menorahs that might turn a few heads – to the extent that you might cause traffic accidents.
I live in Bologna Italy and yes I am a Zionist. My European neighbors are not my biggest fans.
“What, you think there can only be Jewish humans?”
Joachim Gaunse, the brilliant metallurgist, was the first Jew to set foot on English soil in North America.
In my travels I’ve met many types of Jews who’ve invited me – or not invited me – for Shabbat. Let me introduce you to some of them.
“Bitsy dahling! Whatever did you mean when you called Alistair a shmendrick while yachting?!”
We teachers give you tests primarily because we hate you. There, I said it.
“You might be happier in portly,” the suit salesman told me. What exactly does that mean?
Taking my 4 young children to a British castle… probably not a good idea.
Imagine reading this: September 11, 2001 – 18 Saudi Nationals Die in Tragic Plane Accidents.
If someone steals my identity, this is what he’s going to find.
Apple is making an aggressive play for the Jewish cell phone market. Goodbye Siri, hello Shira.
Have you ever tried to keep a secret in a close-knit Jewish community? I tried, and it doesn’t work.
Shul maintenance guy: you’re fired.
Hillary isn’t the only one who has had problems with email. Check out these Jews who wish they’d destroyed their email servers.
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 summer’s not over yet which means you still have time to perfect that lawn. Here are my tips.
10. UN weapons inspectors miss more action than professional wresting referees.
My dentist is like Vladimir Putin, but with less warmth. My teeth are his little KGB prisoners.
Superstitious people are everywhere. Whatever you do, don’t give them the evil eye.
Can someone please come up with a better alternative than letting kids wear glasses? They’re expensive, delicate and made out of glass!
Going on a family vacation this summer? If you want your children to still love you when you return, read this.
Jewlarious is looking for contributors. Here are my 10 tips. Whether you want them or not.
From an Orthodox all-girls high school to a secular British University. In two words: culture shock.
You should get one of those Medic Alert thingies so you don’t lie on the floor screaming.
I was never really good at meeting new people. After all, what’s the point?