Shabbat fun for children is given a fresh and tasty twist with Edible Parsha projects. These easy to create, hands-on treats are based within context of weekly Torah portion for children of all ages and stages. Edible Parsha is a creation by Batya Jacob, director of the International Jewish Resource Center for Inclusion and Special
What happens when Jew in the City (JITC) finds herself in a Dr. Seuss-like world with “Survivor” winner Ethan Zohn? Enjoy Jew in the City’s first animated short – just in time for the high holidays!
We had the great opportunity of hosting Nadav Schirman, the Director of the award winning documentary film The Green Prince. The Green Prince, which is the fascinating story of Moussab Hassan Yousef, the son of the top Hamas West Bank leader, who became one of the most important spies for Israel in the last quarter
Steve Savitsky and Rabbi Becker discuss the Mazinka Dance and it’s historical significance to the Jewish community.
When the Nachum Segal Network (www.nachumsegal.com) announced that it would air its first-ever “Kosher Halftime Show” during the recent Super Bowl XLVIII, the Orthodox Union jumped on board as a co-sponsor. “I reach more Jews every day than the prime minister of Israel,” Nachum matter-of-factly told Tablet Magazine in a feature interview this week, “A
Rabbi Steven Weil chats with Director Yitzi Hertz and Producer Sammy Grundwerg about their new documentary, “Life is Strange.” LIFE IS STRANGE evokes the vibrant life of Jewish families in pre-World War II Europe through childhood memories of survivors. Intimate conversations with people from all walks of life are presented against a tapestry of rare footage that takes
Check out Nachum Segal Live at the OU Israel Center! Including interviews with Rabbi Avi Berman, Mayer Fertig, Gavriel Kalish, Yirmi Elkus, Rivka Segal, Rivka Abbe and Yael Tamari. Nachum Was Live at the OU Israel Center this Morning to Kick Off a Great Week of Broadcasts from Israel
Did the Scripps National Spelling Bee spell the word ‘Knaidel’ right and, is it a good thing that American society has fully accepted “Yiddish-isms” into their pop-culture vernacular?
Steve Savitsky talks with former basketball phenom Tamir Goodman about his new book.
Steve interviews Dave Rosner about cracking jokes to such a “tough” crowd.