Senator Marco Rubio, still apparently not quite out of the habit of pandering to the Jews despite the fact that he is no longer running for anything at all, appears to have hosted a Passover seder for a group of miserable-looking staffers and PC computers. I have questions.
So now that Passover is, um, over, one lingering question remains: what did everyone think of the The Prince of Egypt? Pretty much everyone in Hollywood had a voice in that movie, but it finished second during its opening weekend to You've Got Mail. Has history admonished those first reluctant moviegoers? Should it…
When I was eight years old, my best friend's mother told me, over a spaghetti dinner, that my dad wasn't Jewish because he didn't believe in God.
Passover seders celebrate Israelites' escape from bondage in Egypt. But this year, one group is taking the symbolism one step further.
She especially loves the one with the death of the firstborn — because of her older brother. On The Daily Show last night, both Stiller and Jon Stewart got familial.
On this night, some of us will have our matzoh-hiding privileges revoked.