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Yoni was away in the IDF army reserves this week, so we couldn't make a video...but here's a special message from him! Thank you to all the soldiers who leave their families to protect our country. Coming next week to the US (what a change of scenery!): - Yonina...
Another great one by CJ Studios.
Perhaps not as exciting as the latest installment in the Super Mario franchise, the Italian studio 101% is working on something really big: a virtual-reality game. Featuring Auschwitz. Witness: Auschwitz, currently under development by a team of Jewish programmers, promises players—or “experiencers”—an authentic look at the “everyday life of people in the camp.” According to...
The assembly line at Empire Kosher Poultry’s plant in central Pennsylvania is the largest kosher one of its kind in America, with 240,000 chickens and 27,000 turkeys passing through every week. (Uriel Heilman) (JTA) — Empire Kosher Poultry is recalling approximately five tons of raw poultry products that may be...
Illustrative photo above of Jewish women practicing karate moves Two American women karate champions, both denied places on the United States amateur Karate team for refusing to participate on tryouts scheduled for Rosh Hashanah, have won federal court orders that they be accepted as full team members. Leo Sukenik of New...
"One of the lessons I learned from running a marathon is that tolerating pain is one of the keys to reaching heights you have never reached before. Check out this clip from my "Unlocking Greatness" podcast this week, where I discuss this and other lessons I learned from training...
Adam Goldberg as the Hebrew Hammer in a video promoting the sequel’s crowdfunding effort. (Screenshot from YouTube) NEW YORK (JTA) — It took 14 years and a rise in online anti-Semitism, but the Hebrew Hammer is finally coming out of retirement — and he’s picking a fight with Hitler. No, we’re...
From left to right: Yuval Machlin, Kfir Eyal, Daniel Shaked and Alon Matas in front of Plug n’ Play, a Silicon Valley incubator in SIlicon Valley where they all work. All have been in California for different lengths of time, but all talk about returning to Israel someday. (Ben...
In anticipation of this year’s Kosherfest, Nachum welcomed Seth Leavitt, CEO of Abeles & Heymann and Elan Kornblum, proprietor of Great Kosher Restaurants Magazine to JM in the AM (on Tuesday) to preview the A&H “Best Dressed Hot Dog Contest” that will be taking place on November 14th at...
Last Monday in a wedding hall in the Galilee, the drummer playing the wedding choked on a piece of steak. This is live footage from the event where United Hatzalah volunteer EMT Mordechai Mammon was at a nearby table and came over to help. He successfully dislodged the blockage...
Irene, 92, made Aliyah this morning from Florida, completing the 4th generation to have made Aliyah in her family. She joins her daughter Leah Secunda, grandson Shai Secunda, granddaughter Pesha Fischer, and 8 great-grandchildren including eldest, Ruchama Fischer: "I made Aliyah so that I could be close to my...
(JTA) — The members of a Jewish family have their dog to thank for their escape from a fire that police believe was set intentionally in their Paris-area home, an anti-racism group said. The family was awakened after midnight Friday night by the dog’s insistent barking to discover that their front door was...
I have always loved using a slow cooker, but I recently invested in an Instant Pot and it has definitely improved meal prep in my home. A slow cooker, indeed, will cook your dishes over a long period of time at a slower temperature, ideal for brisket, soup and even my Carne Con...
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, center, with Ioana Isac, right, and her partner, Mihai Georgescu, who visited Israel from Romania, at the King David Tower Museum, Nov. 7, 2017. (Kobi Gideon/GPO) JERUSALEM (JTA) — Israel welcomed its 3 millionth tourist this year, continuing to bypass its record for visitors set...
Natalie Portman discussing her film “A Tale Of Love And Darkness” at AOL headquarters in New York City, Aug. 18, 2016. (Nicholas Hunt/Getty Images) (JTA) — Natalie Portman, a celebrated actress, director and social activist, was named the winner of the 2018 Genesis Prize. The Genesis Prize Foundation announced Portman as...


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