by Dr. Yvette Alt Miller
The prolific, award-winning playwright died at age 91.
by Guardian Music
In the kitchen of the award winning, platinum selling artist and ex-chef, discussing Jewish food, life and music.
The story behind the Queen of Soul’s hit song, Respect.
by Judy Gruen
A new documentary reveals Judge Ruchi Freier’s trailblazing work to establish the first all-women’s emergency medical response team Brooklyn.
by Shabbos Kestenbaum
Some Jewish wisdom from the blockbuster film.
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by Rabbi Nechemia Coopersmith
I couldn’t believe what I was seeing. The rowdy audience of millennials burst into applause when he stated, "God is real. God loves you. Believe that, I do."
The unlikely media star taught the importance of civility, compassion, and the hard work of being a good human being.
Amy Schumer’s mediocre film raises important issues about self-esteem and beauty.
by Mark Papers
How do we know which world is real and which is fake?
The true story of French Jewish brothers fighting for survival during WWII.
by Benjamin Elterman
Who we are versus how we wish the world would see us.
by Rabbi Jack Abramowitz
The Orthodox Union and Chabad find their place in the world of super heroes.
by David Kilimnick
In Israel we don’t "wait for the green light." We honk when the light turns yellow.
by Keren Keet
The new Star Wars movie is all about family.
Rabbi Benjamin Blech
by Rabbi Benjamin Blech
A new film delves into the pivotal role the great leader played in stopping Hitler.
When does humor cross the line from clever and incisive to inappropriate and offensive?
by Bob Bookman
Billy Wilder, consciously or not, was telling us the story of a Jew, destined to wander the world as an eternal outsider.
The story of Hava Nagila spans much of modern Jewish history.
by Jewlarious.com Staff
What do the Goonies and the Jewish people have in common? As it turns out, a lot.
by Debbie Gutfreund
Look what you made me do and three other common obstacles to forgiveness.
by Chayi Hanfling
Growing up surrounded by only girls enabled me to develop my self-worth independent of the admiration and judgment of boys.
In addition to his classic films the iconic entertainer will be remembered for his great philanthropic work.
Hasidic actor Menashe Lustig tells his unlikely story – going from grocery clerk in Borough Park to critically acclaimed actor.
by Tzvi Lebetkin
Sometimes doing your best just isn’t enough.
by Richard Rabkin
77 Years on, the message of Dunkirk still resonates today.
"Ape together strong" is a lesson for the Jewish people.
Just keep climbing.
Good deeds lead to good deeds.
by Nathan Abrams
It seems like an appropriate time to reveal that the Transformers are Jewish.
The bestselling mystery author serves up a dose of Jewish life and insight in the midst of her suspenseful who-done-its.
Wonder Woman isn’t only played by Israeli actress Gal Godot; she may just be inspired by the story of the Jewish nation.
by Ilan Preskovsky
At its core, the story is about American responsibility to help those suffering at the hands of the Nazis.
A new Israeli movie explores the limits of faith.
by Chaim Neuhoff, Ph.D.
The controversial series is generating healthy discussion regarding pivotal issues, but many people should not watch it, under any circumstances.
by Emuna Braverman
Why do I find every morning, afternoon and evening to be the same?
The Holocaust film depicts how trauma irrevocably impacts the individual.
Who could ever learn to love a beast?
Millions of people love this new TV series because it makes them cry. What's going on?
The Founder details Ray Kroc’s rise to unimaginable success by violating the most basic aspects of ethics and decency.
The award-winning film upends the typical Hollywood romance with its controversial ending.
According to the Torah, was Han Solo justified in killing Greedo?
by Marnie Winston-Macauley
Mary Tyler Moore, who passed away at the age of 80, proved that Jewish characters could make it on their own.
by Mitchell Stein
Sing reminds us that our only limitations are the ones that we place upon ourselves.
Tough experiences don’t have to stop you. In fact, they’re not meant to stop you. They’re meant to make you stronger for later.
13. If you’re taking a book, don’t just steal one page. Librarians hate that.
The influential musician had a deep connection with Israel and the Jewish people.
“Soon by You”, a web series about the New York dating scene, is turning heads.
by Mark Miller
Born Jerome Silberman, the frizzy-haired comedic actor touched our funny bones and our hearts.
Finding Dory reminds us that it's never too late to discover yourself and it's never too late to return to your roots.
I’ve always wondered – what’s so bad about taking revenge? Now I know.
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