Usually as Passover approaches, we are either cleaning out our house from food that’s not kosher for Passover, or buying food that is kosher for Passover… and on Passover itself, we eat and eat and eat. Stellar Nova however, does things differently. First of all they create gender-balanced games and stories to inspire kids to […]

Read more

Purim is a Jewish holiday where we are encouraged to get stoopid drunk, dress in drag, eat ear shaped cookies and more. Mayim Bialik explains everything. Feel free to forward this to your non-Jewish friends. It’s funny and informative and then at the end, Mayim gets all zen on us. I was duly entertained because, […]

Read more

This is the official trailer of a film called Wendy’s Shabbat. It’s about a group of Jewish retirees who meet at a Wendy’s in Palm Desert, California every Friday night in order to celebrate the Sabbath together. The staff sets everything up for them ahead of time, and someone brings grape juice (no alcohol allowed […]

Read more

This clip was produced by BBC3. I don’t know what the 3 means but apparently, they are the part of the British Broadcasting Company, who, as part of their mission, are responsible for the production of idiotic YouTube videos. For the Queen. Ok, I don’t know if these are actually for the Queen, but how […]

Read more

She’s a shmoozer. She loves to feed you. She’s direct. She’s not a pushover, etc. This clickbaity BuzzFeed video clip titled “Perks Of Dating A Jewish Girl,” purports to let those who care, know about all the awesome Jewy benefits of dating a Jewish girl. Any Jewish girl. As if they are a homogeneous group […]

Read more

Hanukkah is rapidly approaching and Ruvane, along with rappery Kosha Dillz, have released their song “Spark.” Spark? Get it? It’s release close to the Jewish Festival of Lights is no coincidence. Ruvane released this commentary about the song: A single spark in a dark room. Potential, intrigue, hope…spark. The United States of America was designed […]

Read more

Talking politics or religion was always discouraged in polite company. The idea was that these divisive topics would create unpleasant disagreements whose tone and timber would be unacceptable. As much as this has always been the case, it seems like current political and religious discourse has never been more divisive. It seems as if folks […]

Read more

Congratulations go out to Rachel Bloom and the CW after nabbing 4 Emmy nominations for Crazy Ex-Girlfriend: best choreography, best original music and lyrics , as well as best original main-title theme music and best single-camera picture editing for a comedy series. Sadly Rachel got dissed and didn’t get a […]

Read more

What if there was an app that could tell you where to find the nearest Shiva house? OK, let me explain. When a Jew dies, their closest relatives have to mourn for 7 days. This involves, among other things, being housebound for seven days in the “Shiva House.” Mourners are not supposed to cook so […]

Read more

Alicia Wilbur is pretty much the only female, Jewish enologist or wine scientist from Herzog Wineries . Jay Buchsbaum is a well-known Wine Educator from the Royal Wine Company. Together they taste four late harvest wines from California: Late Harvest Clarksburg Chenin Blanc, Late Harvest Monterey County White Riesling, Late Harvest Orange […]

Read more
Page 1 of 612345...Last »