The topic may be morbid but with the rapid approach Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur and the Days of Awe, this is an appropriate time to contemplate your past, your present, your future and your imminent mortality. You can get all deep and thoughtful about the decisions you’ve made, the relationships you’ve pursued etc. Or you […]

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The little yiddles from YidLife Crisis get a chance to meet their idol Howie Mandel thanks to Mom. They end up behaving like total dorks – but at least they do it in Yiddish so it’s immediately funny even if you don’t read the English subtitles. Yay Place Des Arts! Great places nearby to […]

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A user submitted this video with the following description: Why do we eat apples and honey along with other fruits and vegetables on Rosh Hashanah, the New Year? What’s the significance? In this first episode, Rabbi Lankry presents a unique perspective of our traditions on Rosh Hashana and the power they contain. Rabbi Lankry, who […]

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G‑dcast is a new media production company whose goal is to give every Jewish child and adult the chance to learn the basics of Judaism with zero barriers to entry. No matter where you live or what you know, G-dcast has meaningful, intelligent and fun Jewish learning for you. Shofar Callin’ connects the story Jews […]

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Matisyahu recently received a lot of attention after his anti-Semitic BDS inspired dis-invitation and then re-invitation to perform at a Spanish reggae Festival. Musician Rami Matan Even-Esh, aka Kosha Dillz was interviewed by the Jerusalem Post. There he talked about the sort of “neo-anti-Semitism Jewish artists like him face, despite the fact that there music […]

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We haven’t seen Borat in a while and enough time has passed now that it’s pretty certain that all those guys who did bad and annoying Borat imitations have stopped. We are thus free to enjoy Borat for the genius he represents without such assessment being colored by the pale imitators. A JewTube visitor sent […]

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“Jerusalem is the cultural kitchen. Tel Aviv is the cultural dining table.” In the final part of our series, host Mike Skinner heads to Jerusalum to meet Rebel Sun from Lucille Crew, a native of Baltimore with no connection to the land. He simply passed through whilst travelling, fell in love with Jerusalem and went […]

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In the fifth episode of Hip Hop in the Holy Land, our host Mike Skinner spends the day with local celebrity Saz who is a rapper, actor and in his words, the first Palestinian / Arab / Middle Eastern sex symbol. Saz is from Ramla, where this episode was shot. We get to hear Saz […]

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On The Avenue of the Stars in Los Angeles, a special social experiment took place on National TV. Jimmy Kimmel asked Spongebob Squarepants to pretend to fall. Unable to get up, they wanted to see what would happen and how long it would take for passers by to help him up. In the more than […]

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I can’t say I know what’s going on here exactly. I know Kosha Dillz shot this video on Pico Blvd. in Los Angeles in front of MexiKosher – an actually really good by any standard Mexican burrito joint. I know the lead latina dancer woman is wearing a Star of David pendant. Then there’s a […]

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