Posts Tagged ‘ comedians ’

Martha Stewart and the Case of the WASPy Matzah

April 18, 2014
By
martha

Poor Martha Stewart. A few years ago she wasn’t invited to a Passover seder. Never one to miss an opportunity to participate in a lavish meal, Stewart—though not a Jew herself—wanted to keep the tradition alive. So she took the next logical step and invited comedian Joan Rivers onto her show to make chocolate-covered…

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Morning Jew News & Schmooze!

April 3, 2014
By
morning-jews-1

What do you get when two Jewish comedians—one in Oakland and another in New York…

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The Funniest Jewish Broads on Television

March 12, 2014
By
broad-city

For all the schlemiels who have the chutzpah to suggest that women aren’t funny, we have two words for…

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Jewish v. Goyish: The Abbie Hoffman Edition

January 30, 2014
By
Jewish Vs. Goyish

While many Jewish comedians (and one in particular) have noted the differing foodways…

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When Borscht Belt Comedy Went to School

July 31, 2013
By
comedy-school

“The birth of modern stand-up comedy begins in…

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The Funniest Broad in Flatbush

May 7, 2013
By
chaya-suri1

A young orthodox woman smiles demurely and speaks…

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Hebrew for Fun and Profit

August 23, 2011
By
jake and amir

Do Jews speak a different language than other…

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A Zodiac for the Jewish Deli

December 17, 2010
By
A-Zodiac-for-the-jewish-deli

There’s always been a healthy, productive relationship between…

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