'Saturday Night Live' will feature the Democratic presidential candidate alongside the comedian, who has portrayed Sanders a number of times on the show this season.
Rogen and Schumer portray political candidates campaigning at a rodeo, a factory and a basketball game and satirize today’s polarized political divide.
'Natasha,' the new film by writer David Bezmozgis, delivers chilling memories and a searing portrait of a Russian-Jewish family in Canada.
Guy Ben-Aharon stages Israeli plays in Boston, including works by Joshua Sobol – it’s a tough gig, both agree.
Most of the jokes are Jewish by virtue of who wrote or performed them. But some explicitly reference Judaism and traits associated with it — from Yiddish accents to circumcision.
Low on bread but high on passion: Malkiel Lusternik imagines pioneering life in pre-state Israel.
80-year-old Lower East Side institution is set to reopen after renovations, rebranded as Kossar's Bagels & Bialys.
And later relocated it to Tel Aviv, whereby Hanna Rovina became co-founder of Israel's Habima National Theater.
Arabic-language Israeli drama tells the story of a Bedouin woman who must welcome her husband's second wife.
Founded some two years ago, ImmerseNYC has helped hundreds gain access to Jewish ritual bath to perform non-Orthodox, unconventional ceremonies.