Add a dash of fun to the final days and hours of Passover prep with these newly released videos from Jewish music groups. Enjoy a heavy dose of Bruno Mars parody along with a melodious take on a Passover seder classic: Passover Funk (from Aish.com) Six13’s Uptown Passover The Maccabeats’ Dayenu
A CBS News report on Chanukah found the OU’s Rabbi Eliyahu Safran front and center – along with his massive collection of dreidels:
The Maccabeats perform “All About that Neis” a parody of the similar-sounding Meghan Trainor song: Jewish a capella group Six13 struck Internet gold this week with their new Chanukah video/song – a parody of Taylor Swift’s “Shake It Off.” With media coverage in multiple outlets—from the Kansas City Star and 1010WINS to WCBS TV and
Listen to the full interview In a new Savitsky Talks series, Stephen Savitsky talks to his interviewees about the future of the role of women in Orthodox Jewish life. This week, Stephen spoke with Rabbanit Chana Henkin, founder of Nishmat, the Center For Advanced Torah Study For Women. Rabbanit Henkin spoke about the state of
Three years ago while strolling through a department store during the holiday season, Neal Hoffman’s four-year-old son spied the popular Christmas toy, Elf on a Shelf. Afflicted with Christmas envy, his son begged for one. Hoffman shook his head and explained that Jews don’t have an Elf on a Shelf. “We have,” he quipped, thinking
Bill Cosby is in serious trouble. Rape allegations have dogged him for years and they’ve finally caught up with him. The last few times such allegations popped up, they quickly went away. This is in part because Cosby is so loved. People couldn’t bear the thought of toppling America’s foremost father figure from his hard-won
The Wall Street Journal reports on YouTube sensation, comedian and Hasidic Jew Mendy Pellin. Who knew gold chains went so well with a bekeshe?
Alex Clare is an award-winning, platinum-selling artist, famous for singles such as ‘Too Close’ ‘War Rages On’ and his collaborations with chart toppers Rudimental. He’s also an Orthodox Jew. In this video the British daily newspaper, The Guardian, profiles the artist, even featuring the ex-chef’s cholent preparation.
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