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?”
What’s better: empty nest or full house? I’m conflicted.
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.
Did you hear about the kosher deli owner who was thinking about becoming a vegan? Let’s just say it wasn’t great for business.
Klinghoffer protestors stopped by Zabar’s for rugelach 8 times in 3 hours.
We Jews love to laugh at ourselves. So let’s do that with some “Jewpers” – or Bloopers involving Jews.
When I go to sleep I’m out like a light. My wife though takes a bit longer and then blames me for it, like there’s a certain amount of sleep to go around, and I’m using all of it up.
Did you hear Prime Minister Netanyahu’s Derek Jeter zinger during his UN speech? Here are 10 more zingers that didn’t make the cut.
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.
An open letter to 5775 from the Jewish people.
As Rosh Hashanah approaches, I have been tackling my personal growth. And by that, I mean weight gain.
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.
As a teacher my students always ask me what school teaches them about real life. Here’s what.
Why dump a bucket of ice on your head when you can…
Gas prices keep going up. Here are my tips to keep your costs down.
Anti-Jewish Media Bias Through the Ages including: Egyptian Pharoh claims 10 plagues completely disproportionate response to slavery.
What do your Jewish food preferences say about you?
Israel is fighting in two battles: one on the field and the other in the world of public opinion. Here are 9 small victories.
Part 2 of the abbreviated dictionary of Jewish diseases.
Here’s a sure fire tip if you want to be remembered for posterity: do something really embarrassing. Humanity promises not to forget.
...your mother-in-law and 9 others you never considered.
The abbreviated dictionary of Jewish diseases.
Meet Shmeel. He’s a volunteer first responder for Emergency Medical Services in Jerusalem. And he’s got some stories to tell.
A manual to coaching Little League, or in my case, Yiddle League.
My husband is like Mr. Sustainability when it comes to his clothes, using them up until they are utterly and incontrovertibly no longer usable.
Five stereotypes of Nice Jewish Boys. Is there any truth to them?
My struggle to understand my nephews’ obsession with football provided me with a spiritual touchdown of sorts.
God has given me perfect health, but to make up for it, I have really bad teeth. Really bad.
President Obama sits down with Jewlarious for a wide ranging interview. OK he didn’t really, but humor us.
I’m on a mission to convince the world that Donald Sterling is not one of us.
The birth of a new language: Yingloshen.
I am obsessed with eating food that was cooked, at the very least, that week.
Jews may be more forgetful than other people. After all, we lost ten of the twelve tribes, and the holy Ark.
Lesser known historical events that didn’t make Simon Schama's recent PBS 5-part series.
When the hard truth must be told nothing says it like Yiddish.
On a recent seder night, I experienced a redemption of sorts and a reminder that God knows what we need and sends it when we need it.
Yes, Cheerios were invented by anti-Semites who totally don’t care about Pesach.
My experience with two of the ten plagues and what they taught me about parenting.