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.
My grown son moved back in with me, and sure I love him, but seriously – enough already!
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.
My favorite jokes including one that explains the secret to Jewish survival.
With the death of my husband, I’ve suddenly found myself part of a terrifying new demographic: Jewish Boomer Single.
Statistically, it’s a lot safer to fly than to drive. I think I’ll take my chances.
These classic jokes are quintessentially Jewish and put me into hysterics.
The most intriguing rejectees from the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival.
The funniest Jewish Jokes I’ve heard – and why.
Did your parents ever speak another language so you wouldn’t understand? Well it’s happening again, but this time, your kids are the culprits.
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.
Several years ago I had a brush with celebrity – I starred in my own TV pilot.
A young man came over to ask for permission to marry my daughter and I wanted to injure him. Badly.
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!
Questions Jewish parents should never ask their Jewish Young Adult (JYA) children.
Today I announce my candidacy for president of the United States. My motto: "Opinion over Experience”.
Private moments of Netanyahu-Obama White House visit caught on tape!
Priscilla’s mother in law came to visit and she tried her very best to resolve things without violence.
Who remembers the days when we drank seltzer? It’s time to return to the good old days!
In honor of Purim, I would like to broaden this whole Eating our Enemy custom.
Sneak Previews of Upcoming Jewish Versions of Oscar-Nominated Films.
My diagnostic manual for Jewish disorders is back!
I miss the school bus. Not that I’m chasing after it yelling “Wait!” but I yearn for it.
An anonymous Arab League observer risks his life to Tweet from within Syria.
My very own Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders for my very own people.