Cool Custom Yarmulkes for Your Event

If you are throwing a bar or bat mitzvah or wedding, every detail counts! Incorporate the theme or colors of your event into every aspect of your party – even the kippot for your service. You can order yarmulkes in any color and with a variety of trim choices to …

Instagram Theme Bar and Bat Mitzvah Ideas

Most 13-year-olds use Instagram, so embrace it and make it the theme of your mitzvah party! There are so many fun ways to incorporate Instagram into your party, such as using the logo for inspiration on your invitations and in your decor, using hashtags, and showcasing actual Instagram photos at …

“Imagine If …” Children’s Book Review

Imagine a Jewish “Dr. Seuss”-type book with fun and quirky rhymes and beautiful illustrations and that is what you get with Imagine if… by “Rabbi Zeegel.” This entertaining and easy-to-read book is filled with rhyming lines that suggest silly ways that the world could be different: “Imagine if, the night wasn’t dark Or your pet cat smiled, and started to bark. Imagine if, for a minute or two A cow would go naaaay and a horse woud go moooo.” The corresponding illustrations, wonderfully done by Darrell Mordecai, are sure to cause fits of giggles in kids. While similar in style …

Father’s Day Gift Ideas for the Jewish Dad

Why is Father’s Day unlike all other days? Well, because it’s the day we recognize that special mensch of a man in our lives and reward him for the tough job of being a dad every day of the year! Abba gets just one day of his own, so let’s …

Funny Jewish T-Shirts for Father’s Day

Help the Dad in your life express the best part of his Jewishness without saying a word. These Jewish-themed t-shirts will be a hit with any man on Father’s Day, or any day! With something for every type of Dad, we’re here to help you find the perfect message for your man. For the Nice Jewish Boy: Everybody Loves a Nice Jewish Boy T-Shirt available on Amazon. For the Bagel Lover: Year of the Bagel T-shirt available at Jewzo. For the Star Wars Fan: Jewbacca T-shirt available on Amazon. For the Beer Drinker: Maccabee Beer T-Shirt available at World of …

Who Remembers The Circle Game?

Is camp shopping and packing for your kids making you nostalgic for your own camp days? If so, check out We Sang That At Camp- Songs Remembered from Jewish Summer Camp. Travel back to the canteen, services by the lake or in the woods, fun in the dining hall or after lights out … so many individual memories, but a few songs enjoyed by all! Buy for yourself or send as a gift to your camp friends – who are probably still your best friends. Also available to download in MP3 format.

Cook With A’mare!

Amar’e Stoudemire is a power forward for the New York Knicks and a six-time NBA All-Star, as well as an actor, producer, motivational speaker, and co-owner of the Hapoel Basketball Team of Jerusalem. Now he can add cookbook author to the list, as his first cookbook, Cooking with Amar’e: 100 Easy Recipes for Pros and Rookies in the Kitchen, was released yesterday. Cooking with Amar’e, co-written with his personal chef Maxcel Hardy, features stories and more than 100 recipes, tips, and instructions on cooking techniques and preparation for home cooks at all levels. With delicious and easy-to-replicate meals, it allows …

Wow Your Guests With Your Own Broadway-Style Song!

If you are throwing a Broadway, Hollywood or New York-themed event, or the guest of honor loves the theater, check out Your Broadway Song! Your Broadway Song creates an original Broadway-style song all about the honored bar or bat mitzvah. The songs are written by professional composers and lyricists in New York who have worked with Tony-winning writers and performers. You receive the sheet music for the song and then they bring in Broadway singers to perform the song at the party! Your Broadway Song is not just for theater-themed parties, it’s for those throwing a luxury bar or bat …

Everything You Want to Know About Shavuot

What is Shavuot? On Shavuot, we commemorate the anniversary of the day G-d gave the Torah to the Israelites at Mount Sinai. Shavuot occurs each year on the 6th day of the Hebrew month of Sivan, lasting two days until sunset on the 7th of Sivan. This date signifies the end of the counting of the Omer – the 49 day period between Passover and Shavuot. The word Shavuot literally means “weeks,” so this holiday was aptly named as the end of this 7-week counting period. How We Celebrate Shavuot As with most holidays, Shavuot is a holiday of prayer. …

Our Favorite Cheesecake Recipes for Shavuot

It is customary to eat dairy on Shavuot, and many people look forward to enjoying cheesecake. Here is our roundup of the best, most decadent cheesecake recipes. We’ve included fruity cheesecakes, chocolate cheesecakes, cheesecake bites and no-bake cheesecakes, as well as a dairy-free option for the lactose-intolerant. Greek Yogurt Cheesecake …