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Five time Finalist! YAY! We Said Go Travel Summer News July 2020

Summer News 2020 with We Said Go Travel: I am happy to report that I have GOOD NEWS!

ArtCenter President Lorne Buchman on Overseeing College Like a Theater Director

While many university presidents and administrators run colleges from a strictly business or educational mindset, Lorne Buchman runs college like a director would run...

‘Israel Story’ Podcast Premieres Human Interest Tales for Pandemic Times

“Israel Story” presents a series of biweekly episodes called “Alone, Together” that reflect the COVID-19 pandemic experience. 

We Said Go Travel Summer News DC (During #COVID19) June 2020

June News 2020 with We Said Go Travel: Welcome to Summer COVID-19. I have been in Los Angeles since...

Reboot Launches Quarantine Podcasts With a Jewish Slant

Jewish arts and culture nonprofit Reboot has launched several new digital programs, including a pair of thought-provoking podcasts focusing on Jewish life during COVID-19. Emmy...

Composer Craig Wedren on New ‘Sabbath Sessions’ Podcast and Meditation

Craig Wedren first found fame and acclaim as the frontman of the band Shudder To Think. A Washington D.C.-based group which released its first...

Gordon Chang: Will this be the Chinese Century?

China expert Gordon Chang on the Chinese desire to rule the world and its hidden weakness.    

Infinite Light Hanukkah Event: ‘King of the Egg Cream’

When Australian-born writer Emil Stern was at New York University Film School 15 years ago, he and fellow student Justin Bartha were obsessed with...

The Crazy Ex-Awakening of Motti and Tiffany Haddish

Erin and Esther share their excitement about comedian Tiffany Haddish's upcoming bat mitzvah and her comedy special "Black Mitzvah," and share thoughts and feelings about Switzerland's...

Cathy Heller on Not Keeping Your Day Job

Cathy Heller knows what it’s like to build a career from the ground up. She arrived in Los Angeles 16 years ago at the...

Episode 161: Breaking Down Israel In Numbers

The last elections that were held in Israel a month ago, brought the country to yet another political standstill. With no clear winner or...

Episode 160: What In The World Is Going On With Syria And The Kurds?

We’ve talked about the Syrian Civil War a lot on the podcast, but today it seems even more relevant than ever. When civil war broke...

Can Food Transform Your New Year?

Just in time for Rosh Hashanah, food author Paula Shoyer has some great ideas to elevate your High Holidays. Follow David Suissa on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. 

Episode 155 – Playing With Your Food

Think about your favorite food. Whatever it is, it’s probably safe to say, you think it’s tasty. Unless you’re some sort of foodie masochist....

Two Nice Jewish Boys: Episode 150 – Mall Carts: An Underground Fraudulent Israeli Industry in the US

Most Israelis are drafted to the IDF when they turn 18. For many of them, the years in the military involve extreme stress, frustration,...

Two Nice Jewish Boys: Episode 149 – The TLV Street Food Scene

Everybody knows the old joke about Jewish holidays. Basically, all Jewish holidays boil down to: They tried to kill us. We survived. Let’s eat. Food...

Colt Cabana on Ring Of Honor, Scotland, and His Bar Mitzvah

Past or present, no one has had a career like Colt Cabana. Not only a popular and world-traveling professional wrestler, Chicago-based Colt Cabana has...

Jewish Youth Are More Spiritual Than You Think

Working in Jewish media, I’ve learned that much of what constitutes Jewish thinking in the United States amounts to fretting about whether the next...

Tovah Feldshuh on Being Golda Meir

Acting legend Tova Feldshuh talks about her new Golda Meir film, her Broadway and Hollywood career and climbing Mt Kilimanjaro.

Two Nice Jewish Boys: Episode 131 – The One State Solution

Here on the Two Nice Jewish Boys podcast, we’ve recorded episodes with authors, we’ve done an episode about the discovery of THC, we did...

Two Nice Jewish Boys: Episode 128 – Master Chef of Israeli Food

In recent years, Israeli cuisine has been on the rise, becoming extremely popular throughout Europe and the United States. This has many people asking...

Sydney Weiss Is Paving The Way For You To Seek The Joy

Sydney Weiss has pioneered a massive wave towards helping people seek all the joy life has to offer by immersing herself wholeheartedly in sharing...

Two Jewish Comedians Talk Mary Tyler Moore, #MeToo, and Mothering

Comedian Judy Gold emerged on stage at an Upper West Side theater on Feb. 11 and screeched, “Oh my God, I’m so excited,” as...

Two Nice Jewish Boys: Episode 124 – IDF Humanitarian Attache Fighting BDS

A few weeks ago we received this email: "Would you be interested to hear about how to survive aliyah, make it through the IDF as...

Two Nice Jewish Boys- Episode 122: Dr. Michael Oren on 4 Years in Government

Israel is headed to elections. On April 9, Israelis will be called to the ballot box to support their political party. Bibi, the incumbent...

Two Nice Jewish Boys: Episode 117 – Fighting Over Kafka

"Someone must have been telling lies about Joseph K., for without having done anything wrong he was arrested one fine morning." This perfectly crafted sentence...

Two Nice Jewish Boys Episode 115: Cross Episode With Rosner’s Domain — The Aftermath of Pittsburgh

Two Nice Jewish Boys discuss the aftermath of the Pittsburgh attack, Israeli and Diaspora Jewish relations, and much more in this cross over episode...

Two Nice Jewish Boys Episode 113 – The Dark Side of Innovation

Hi-tech and innovation have brought many good things to the world. Social media connected us to one another and in doing so gave power...

Shmuel Rosner: In the Mideast, a dangerous summer ahead

Jewish Journal Political Editor and New York Times contributor Shmuel Rosner helps us make sense of a Middle East that is getting more dangerous and complicated...

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Critics Say Netflix Series ‘The Umbrella Academy’ Promotes Anti-Semitic Stereotype Through Yiddish Scene

The scene shows lizard people controlling the world and their handler speaking Yiddish.

Tel Aviv City Hall Lights Up as Lebanese Flag to Show Solidarity Following Beirut Explosions

"Our hearts and thoughts are with the Lebanese people and all those affected by the terrible disaster in #Beirut."

Front Window of New Mexico Holocaust Museum, Featuring Photo of Civil Rights March, Smashed by Vandal

The head of the museum says the vandalism shows "why it’s necessary to have this museum."

Rashida Tlaib, Who Supports Israel Boycott, Wins Michigan Democratic Primary

Another BDS supporter, Cori Bush, won her primary the same night.
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