El Al Service Policy Revealed

My latest on the Times of Israel. El Al made the news recently after the disruption of one of their flights by some Haredi passengers who caused flight delays during the seating process. The Times of Israel has managed to obtain a copy of El Al’s most recent customer service policy. El Al is committed to ensuring […]

Eight Years in Israel: Time to Get Serious

“A tradition unlike any other” The Masters Tournament…and my aliyah anniversary blog post. While this one sneaks up on me every year, this is in some ways a bigger deal to me than my Yom Haatzmaut list. One, because I am more likely to be writing it in 20 years, two, because it doesn’t cause […]

Crazy Two Weeks

Well, we’re at war. As has been the case over the last few years, this blog hasn’t been my primary place to post. Times are tough in Israel with at least twenty-nine Israeli soldiers having lost their lives over the last few days in Operation Protective Edge. While to most of my loved ones abroad, […]

It’s Not Always About Them. It’s About Who We Want to Be.

This is about as political as I’m ever going to express myself publicly but I feel like I have to say a few things.  I often try to not take a stand as to not turn someone off from everything I do comedically but my conscience is clear here.  I believe there is nothing right-wing […]

The Joy and Pain of Loving Israel

My latest from the Times in Israel…. Thursday evening, three Israeli teenagers were kidnapped. You’ve heard the details by now. You know the days when you don’t want to go to work? In a cubicle, at least you can fake it for 8 hours. Last night, I took the stage at the Off the Wall […]

Here Come the Stones!

More than 50 years into their historic career, the Rolling Stones are in Israel and preparing for their concert tomorrow night in Tel Aviv’s Park Hayarkon! Without further ado…..my latest piece in the Times of Israel…. In a much anticipated move designed to curry favor with the Israeli middle class, Finance Minister Yair Lapid announced […]

EXCLUSIVE: JT’s Special Setlist for Israel!

Goodbye, Pope.  Hello, JT! After much anticipatzia, Justin Timberlake will be performing in Tel Aviv’s Park Hayarkon tomorrow night and this just in:  through my connections to President Shimon Peres, Times of Israel editor David Horovitz, the Shas party, Frankie Goes to Hollywood, and the entire cast of “The Love Boat”, I managed to get […]

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