With some help from Ross Geller.
With some help from Ross Geller.
More than 1,400 artworks suspected of being stolen by the Nazis were discovered in an apartment in Munich.
It’d be pretty fakakta not to.
When questioned, an employee at a New Jersey store allegedly told a customer, “We don’t cater to you people.”
The Pew Research Center released a survey of American Jews Tuesday. A Portrait of Jewish Americans survyed 3,475 Jews, including 689 who identify as having no religion, between February and June.
L’chaim to the NJB’s.
Apples and honey not included.
A breakdown of Congress’ religious makeup. One nation, under God, with liberty and justice for all.
When you found out you were going on a free trip to Israel, you had no idea what to expect. What transpired turned into the most amazing, culturally significant vacation of your life with 40 friends you’ll never forget.
Oy vey, where do I begin?
Sometimes you just need Yiddish to really get the job done. Don’t be a shtik fleisch mit tzvei eigen!
Naomi Kutin, a soon-to-be sixth-grader in Paramus, can lift more than twice her own weight at 99 pounds. (via forward.com)
The gossip rags are in a frenzy over reports that Tim Tebow is apparently “in love” with Dianna Agron of “Glee.” Did the devout Christian football player somehow miss the memo that Agron prays for the other team? (Also, that she has a boyfriend?)
“The Jewish community will remember in November.” Responding to Obama’s call at AIPAC to examine his “deeds,” Republicans say those fall short too.
A divided region comes together to marvel at a small miracle…snow in the West Bank and Jerusalem. Here are some gorgeous and moving photos of the first snowfall in this region in four years.
Linsanity spreads to Anti-Defamation League.
The White House has been working overtime to soothe discontented Jewish Democrats. The Republican Jewish Coalition hopes it won’t work.
She claims this isn’t a cheap publicity stunt. She also claims her breasts are real, so take that as you will.
“Don’t leave it to fate.” Because if you’re Jewish, fate always means big hairy men with a terrible sweater vest and cardigan combo.
Please watch all seven minutes and eleven seconds of this. It will bring you much joy.
Hanukkah doesn’t actually start until December 20, but the Obamas are scheduled for vacation in Hawaii that week. So the White House fired up the menorah tonight, because let’s face it: You gotta squeeze in all those holiday get-togethers whenever you can.
With friends like these, who needs enemies? The Israeli government has launched an aggressive advertising campaign in the U.S. to discourage its expats from marrying American Jews—who some see as not really Jews at all.
The Wodka Vodka company removed this billboard, put up earlier this week in New York City, after a very predictable public outcry. Oh, wait…I just got it! Jews are cheap! Ha ha ha ha! Unless you’re one of those people who are offended by hurtful stereotypes that should be denounced by everyone, I don’t see what the big deal was.
Nail art has officially become a religion, sort of. A 25-year-old rabbi in suburban New York is using a really sneaky and clever way to teach her teenage students about the Torah.
In related news, Galliano will be designing a fashion line for Yom Kippur. No, really, I’m not making this up…Mel Gibson and the guy who wrote “Showgirls” will be making a film about legendary Jewish warrior Judah Maccabee. What could possibly go hideously, violently wrong? View List ›
The Daily Show looks the new debt crisis congressional “supercommittee” and the “amazing powers” they posses. At least find out how Sen. John “The Trickler” Kyl got his superhero name. (via thedailyshow.com) View Media ›
Rabbis in Jerusalem (who apparently have their own justice system!) ruled that the spirit of secular lawyer who insulted judges 20 years ago has transferred into wandering dog’s body so they sentenced the poor tramp to death by stoning. Luckily, the dog managed to escape before the bungling clergyman could carry out their holy punishment. (via ynetnews.com) View List ›