by Dr. Yvette Alt Miller
by Jewlarious.com Staff
Treat elections like Jewish camp color war.
by Yonah Levi
How are Jewish singles supposed to meet in the Age of Corona?
by David Kilimnick
Parents, whatever you share with your kids at home will be shared in class. That’s a promise.
by Stephanie D. Lewis
This is not your Bubbie Bubble!
by Mordechai Schmutter
With a little preparation and the right kind of weapon, anyone can sleep in the sukkah!
5780 wasn’t one of our best years. If we want 5781 to be better, let’s apologize and try to be better.
Dear God, parents have done their time. They shouldn’t have to see their children for the next two and a half years.
The United Arab Emirates announced a historic peace treaty with Israel. Here’s why other Arab countries should too.
People now just stare at each other awkwardly. Get used to that weird look. It means “Mazel Tov.”
Do masks work? Should you go to shul? Should you send your kids to Israel? Mordechai tells all!
I emerged from 14 days in solitude a better Jew.
Whatever you do, don’t go for a picnic. Jews don’t picnic.
by Mark Miller
See them before they get torn down.
The last people to pull down monuments in Israel were the Romans.
Step 1 – throw in some Hebrew. Call it “Camp Bayit”.
Don’t know what to do with your kid this summer? How about a backyard camp?
COVID-19 spreads from person to person. Jewish mothers-in-law go from person to person, sharing their disappointment in their sons-in law.
How to get the most out of your online celebration.
My advice to parents who are suddenly vice principals of schools at home.
by Naomi Katz
If you ever wondered what being a celebrity is like, just become a teacher.
Clean your house, take a bath, throw in a load of laundry and break out the cheese cake.
Try Israeli dancing while socially distancing. It’s actually safer – I’ve been injured during many a hora.
Apologies to the Princess & the Pea, but you won’t be a Jewish princess!
Apparently, absence makes the heart grow guiltier.
by Marnie Winston-Macauley
Only two letters, but countless usages.
In Israel Yom HaAtzmaut is celebrated in the streets. Here’s how to do it at home.
I certainly cleaned a lot more for Pesach this year. I know this because I found a garlic powder that expired in 2003.
by Brenda Yablon
BDS Founder Omar Barghouti says it’s okay to take an Israeli developed coronavirus vaccine. Not so fast.
It’s just your immediate family for the Seder this year. God help us.
Our modern take on the ancient plagues.
Make a shul at home. Give the sermon. Congratulations, you are now the rabbi!
by Yona Levi
What was Aaron's official title? Chief of Staff.
The gyms are closed. You are at home. This is a holiday. Eat.
by Rabbi Shraga Simmons
One way to get through challenging times is through the power of humor.
We thought the lack of tourists was due to a war, but then we saw CNN and BBC weren’t blaming us.
For example, the Talmud teaches us not to shy away from conflict.
For centuries, shuls have been trying to make their Purim Spiels funny, but to no avail. I’m here to help.
by Andrew Ginsburg
I have unexpectedly become the darling of the Orthodox synagogue stand-up comedy circuit.
When you see Jews praying on a plane, they’re praying somebody ordered kosher food and doesn’t want it anymore.
Get some naches.
On a first date, how do you tell if someone has a good sense of humor?
Why are we eating so many dried fruits? Is this even safe?
Israelis loves the new Middle East Peace Plan. Here’s why.
I worry a lot so I was thinking of calling it WOW (Women Overcoming Worry!)
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