Yonatan Levi is an attorney living in Englewood, New Jersey and a weekly humor columnist for the Jewish Link of New Jersey.
The skills every Jewish parent should teach their children to survive in the Jewish world.
Let's talk about the craziest and most dangerous aspect of going to synagogue: the coatroom.
How to make your flying experience more “kosher.”
A how-not-to guide to raise money for your shul.
How to make the Olympics more Jewish.
When your precious child turns out to be a “vilda chaya” – Yiddish for a “wild animal.”
Mohel are vastly underappreciated. In a business where there is no margin for error, they should be admired and adored.
Would the synagogue experience be enhanced by stadium seating?
Should synagogues hand out awards like the "Better Late Than Never" Award to curb bad behavior?
Why do we celebrate a Bar Mitzvah by slinging sweets at a defenseless child?
Let’s face it, shul announcements need some work.
A shofar blower, in more ways than one, must be willing to take the bull by the horns.
If your child can scale Masada, needs a shave or has a driver’s license, then it’s time to get rid of the stroller!
To New Yorkers, anyone from outside the Tri-State area is an “Out of Towner.” And we find your manners adorably considerate.
Let’s hear it for those who shield bar mitzvah boys from celebratory candy throwing.
The all-you-can-eat buffet is the only thing on this planet that serves more food than the average Jewish mother.
Join me while I highlight the things you should absolutely not utter or attempt when making a shiva call.
We’re not schlepping to Israel for the bar mitzvah of our neighbor’s son, so why are they sending us a fancy schmancy invitation?
Why matzah is a detective's dream.
What would the Exodus from Egypt look like to Jews living in the smartphone generation?
Why would any rationale human being choose to become a pulpit rabbi?
I could easily envision an insurance company running an advertisement on a kippah with the slogan, "We've Got You Covered"
I’m spreading the truth. Call it a “schmear campaign.”
Think about how incredibly insulting it must be to pigs when they see kosher Jews eating "Facon."
When exactly did challah turn into dessert?
Forget about Circus Circus, stay at the brand new hotel called Latkes Latkes.
The Jews may be the "Chosen People" but we also are the "Cholent People.”
Why do Jews lift their newlyweds up in the air in chairs?
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