Thursday, February 21, 2019

Throwback Thursday Comedy Special: Sid Caesar and Imogene Coca in "The Hickenloopers: Life Begins at 7:45"



It's Throwback Thursday again and today we get another chance to go back 69 years to 1950 and another episode of The Hickenloopers on Your Show of Shows.

Sid Caesar and Imogene Coca starred in many episodes of the hilarious marital tribulations of Doris and Charlie Hickenlooper.

In this sketch, Sid Caesar plays a frustrated husband trying to get his wife (Imogene Coca) to get ready for an evening at the theater.

Enjoy!

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Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Jewish Traces in Unexpected Places: A Kosher Jewish Stand-up Comedian in Wales


Jewish, Welsh and a stand-up comedian, Bennett Arron says he 'has a dragon on one shoulder and a Rabbi on the other'. This is Bennett's personal journey and mission to discover what happened to the Jews who once lived in great numbers in Wales. 

Originally from Port Talbot and the last Jew to attend Port Talbot's Glan Afan comprehensive, Bennett's back in his home town to perform his critically-acclaimed 'Jewelsh' comedy show. The journey takes Bennett through South Wales, revealing both a strong Jewish-Welsh heritage and examples of Welsh anti-semitism.

In this two-part video, Arron visits his homeland to research his roots from the days when his grandfather, Benjamin Aronovitch, came to Wales from Kovno, Lithuania in 1913 to find a better way of life in the booming steel town of Port Talbot.

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Tuesday, February 19, 2019

Purim Comes a Month Early to South Florida


Today is Purim Katan, or little Purim. It is the 14th day of Adar, but since this is a Jewish leap year, it's Adar I. Whenever we have a leap year, Purim is celebrated on the 14th day of Adar II.

But that's not a reason to defer all merrymaking until March. As the saying goes, Mishenichnas Adar marbim b'simcha (When Adar arrives, we increase our happiness.) But why wait for Adar II when we can get off to a happy start in Adar I?

That's exactly what happened at Le Club in Deerfield Beach's Century Village in South Florida last night. As Purim Katan arrived, the 300+ Canadian residents who winter in Deerfield Beach reacted to the invitation of Cantor Adam Stotland to take to the dance floor and join him and Rabbi Aubrey Glazer of Montreal's Shaarei Zion Congregation in singing and dancing to Hevenu Shalom Aleichem, L'Shana Tova BiYerushalayim and Oseh Shalom Bimromav.

We're still in South Florida doing Jewish humor lectures and performances and we'll still be here in March when Purim arrives. After last night's preview, we know where to be for the real thing.

Enjoy!

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Monday, February 18, 2019

A Joke to Start the Week - "Traffic Stop"


Another Monday, another joke to start the week. Once again we go to our favorite joke source, Old Jews Telling Jokes.

This week we found another oldie but goodie told by retired bookkeeper Marvin Nissenbaum.

Here's the setup: A man and his wife are driving in the car, and they're going 85 miles an hour on a highway that has a speed limit of 55 miles an hour. And then...

Enjoy!

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Sunday, February 17, 2019

Irish People Try Jewish Food


Over the years we've posted lots of video clips of other ethnic groups tasting and commenting on Jewish food that they're trying for the first time.

But the clips keep coming and we'll keep posting them. 

How would Irish people who have never experienced the taste of matzo ball soup, bourekas, brisket, and maror react to their first taste? Watch the video and their reactions.  Enjoy!

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Friday, February 15, 2019

Welcoming Shabbat with Shalom Aleichem by the Barock Orchestra


Wasn't it erev Shabbat just a few days ago?  Seven, to be exact, and here it is again. This week we're getting ready to welcome another Shabbat in sunny Florida.

To get in the mood, we're posting our 26th version of Shalom Aleichem, this one by the BaRock Orchestra, a Teaneck, New Jersey based group of musicians.

BaRock ' s talented musicians come from a broad range of musical backgrounds and each one contributes something special and unique. BaRock Orchestra's dedicated teams of musicians bring energy to today's world of Jewish simcha music. Enjoy and Shabbat shalom!
 

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Thursday, February 14, 2019

Throwback Thursday Comedy Special: Standup Comic Jackie Mason in His Prime 52 Years Ago


Stand-up comedian Jackie Mason was back in rare form on The Dean Martin show 52 years ago in 1967, three years after the finger-pointing incident on The Ed Sullivan Show that caused Sullivan to ban him from future appearances.

As is evident from this video clip, Mason had fully recovered his timing and comedic talents, putting on a masterful performance, with commentary on government spending, President Johnson, taxation, his psychiatrist, and a brief reference to the Sullivan incident.

Enjoy this nostalgic look back with the original Jackie Mason.

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Wednesday, February 13, 2019

Comedy Showcase: Introducing Standup Comic Ari Ginsberg


Ari Ginsberg is an accountant from Teaneck, New Jersey, who likes to make people laugh. He has performed at New York's Gotham Comedy Club and in area synagogues.

As Cecilia Levine wrote in the Teaneck Daily Voice,
Comedy allows Ginsberg to better express himself.
"I talk about my childhood," he said. "I was so bad at sports I got picked last — and I went to the Jewish school."
"I have a cynical type of view on some of the things in the Orthodox world. The materialism bothers me, so this is an outlet to be more expressive in a humorous way."
Here's Ari at the Gotham Comedy Club. Enjoy!

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Tuesday, February 12, 2019

The Super Bowl Explained by Israelis


The Super Bowl, the pinnacle of football frenzy, has made its way to the top of USA sports. But the rest of the world, including Israel, just couldn't care less. Everywhere else, people who are interested in sports, look to soccer, known to them as football or futbol, as their favorite sport.

So the Jewish Agency for Israel posted a video featuring five Israeli men and women trying to answer some basic American football questions:

- What does NFL stand for?
- What happens in a football game?
- How many points do you get for a touchdown? A field goal?
- What is a line of scrimmage?
- What is a quarterback?

Enjoy!

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Monday, February 11, 2019

A Joke to Start the Week - "Chicken at the Movies"


It's always our pleasure to help you start the week off with a smile, and this Monday is no exception. Once again we find a classic joke from the archives of Old Jews Telling Jokes. 

Today's joke teller is Mike Frenkel. Here's the setup: Morris and Sue live in Brooklyn. Sue says to Morris "You know Morris, I'm sick and tired of the chickens that I'm getting from the chicken market. That kosher market all they give me is them skinny chickens. All I get is a lot of bones." And then......

Enjoy!

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Sunday, February 10, 2019

The Catskills Come Alive at Boca Raton JCC


If New York's Catskill Mountains were ever a part of your life, you should be spending this month at the Levis Jewish Community Center in Boca Raton, Florida, where the Catskills are coming alive in a month-long series of programs centering on Catskills nostalgia.

With 15 lectures, four live performances, nine feature films, and a museum gallery exhibition, Greetings from the Catskills, now underway through March 1, is a nostalgic trip down memory lane that you will treasure.

You'll find all the details on pages 4 and 5 of the JCC brochure. If you can't be in Boca Raton this month you can join in the fun by watching the featured movies. You can find them on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, or borrow them from your local library. Here's the list of Catskills movies:

Sweet Lorraine
Welcome to Kutsher's: The Last Catskills Resort
Marjorie Morningstar
When Comedy Went to School
A Walk on the Moon
Dirty Dancing
The Rise and Fall of the Borscht Belt
Four Seasons Lodge
When Jews Were Funny

To get you started, here's the trailer for the 1987 film Sweet Lorraine, starring Freddie Roman, Maureen Stapleton, and Trini Alvarado. 

Enjoy!


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Friday, February 8, 2019

Welcoming Shabbat with Adon Olam by Brazilian Singer Michoel Tavares


Alex Michoel Tavares is the new Jewish Music sensation in Brazil. His new single (cover) music video of Adon Olam was shot at the Synagogue Shaar Ha Shamayim in Belem, Para – Brazil.

Adon Olam (Hebrew: אֲדוֹן עוֹלָם‬; “Eternal Lord” or “Sovereign of the Universe”) is a strictly metrical hymn in the Jewish liturgy written in lines of eight syllables; more precisely, each line is composed of two segments of one yated and 2 tenu’ot, which indeed makes 8 syllables. It has been a regular part of the daily and Shabbat (Sabbath) liturgy since the 15th century.

Its authorship and origin are uncertain. It is often attributed, as least tentatively, to Solomon ibn Gabirol (1021–1058), who is known for his Hebrew poetry, but there is no solid evidence apart from the quality of this hymn and the language appears to be older. It has also been attributed to Rav Hai Gaon (939–1038) and even to the Talmudic sage Yohanan ben Zakkai. Although its diction indicates antiquity, it did not become part of the morning liturgy until the 15th century.

Enjoy and Shabbat shalom!

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Thursday, February 7, 2019

Throwback Thursday Comedy Special: Jack Benny Hosts Peter, Paul and Mary


On this Throwback Thursday, we're going back 55 years to 1964 when Peter, Paul, and Mary appeared as guests on The Jack Benny Program.

On January 14, 1964 Peter, Paul and Mary sang Blowin' in the Wind. To show that a folk song can be written from any bit of folklore, they performed Waukegan, a song they wrote based around Jack's age, cheapness, and other faults.

Enjoy!

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Wednesday, February 6, 2019

Comedy Showcase: Rita Rudner in England


We've been big fans of Rita Rudner ever since she started to appear on late night TV in the 1980s.

One of the hallmarks of her comedy is that it's clean, free from the vulgarity and shouting that many stand-up comics find necessary.  Her delivery is demure, tasteful, full of wry observations, and very funny.

Rudner started her career as a dancer, then switched to stand-up comedy about her dating experiences.  She married British producer Martin Bergman about 30 years ago and they have a daughter.  She is fond of Jewish humor but generally reserves it for when she performs for Jewish audiences.

Here's a video clip of a performance by Rita in London where she explains what's the point of marriage.

Enjoy!

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Tuesday, February 5, 2019

Remembering Ricky Jay: Master Magician and Sleight of Hand Artist



With all the news sites that we check daily to find gems for posting on Jewish Humor Central, we somehow missed the obituaries for Ricky Jay, the master magician, sleight of hand artist, actor, and writer who died last November at the age of 72.

Born Richard Jay Potash in Brooklyn and raised in Elizabeth, New Jersey, Jay was known for his card tricks, card throwing, memory feats, and stage patter. He also wrote extensively on magic and its history.



As Anita Gates wrote in The New York Times,
Mr. Jay could hit a target with a single playing card at 190 feet and could aim multiple cards at a fresh watermelon, piercing its flesh time after time. But even moviegoers and television viewers who had little interest in magic had opportunities to see Mr. Jay in his 40 or so film and TV roles.
Over the decades he was a regular on talk shows hosted by Merv Griffin, Mike Douglas, Dinah Shore, Johnny Carson, David Letterman and Conan O’Brien and on various incarnations of “The Tonight Show,” beginning in the Carson era.
In this video he entertains an audience with his Cups and Balls routine, the oldest effect in the history of magic, while delivering a history lesson on the origin of the game.

Enjoy!


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Born Richard Jay Potash in Brooklyn and raised in Elizabeth, New Jersey, Jay had parents ill-suited to the sort of obsessive, imaginative, erudite, and talented performer and writer he would grow up to be. He stated in the biographical documentary film “Deceptive Practice” (2012) that the “only kind memory” he retained of his parents, Samuel Potash and Shirley Katz, were from the time of his bar mitzvah. They asked what entertainment he would prefer for his bar mitzvah party. He requested Al Flosso, a Jewish magician born Albert Levinson, who headlined at Grossinger’s and other Catskills resorts.Read more: https://forward.com/culture/theater/414750/ricky-jay-performs-his-final-vanishing-act/
Born Richard Jay Potash in Brooklyn and raised in Elizabeth, New Jersey, Jay had parents ill-suited to the sort of obsessive, imaginative, erudite, and talented performer and writer he would grow up to be. He stated in the biographical documentary film “Deceptive Practice” (2012) that the “only kind memory” he retained of his parents, Samuel Potash and Shirley Katz, were from the time of his bar mitzvah. They asked what entertainment he would prefer for his bar mitzvah party. He requested Al Flosso, a Jewish magician born Albert Levinson, who headlined at Grossinger’s and other Catskills resorts.Read more: https://forward.com/culture/theater/414750/ricky-jay-performs-his-final-vanishing-act/
Born Richard Jay Potash in Brooklyn and raised in Elizabeth, New Jersey, Jay had parents ill-suited to the sort of obsessive, imaginative, erudite, and talented performer and writer he would grow up to be. He stated in the biographical documentary film “Deceptive Practice” (2012) that the “only kind memory” he retained of his parents, Samuel Potash and Shirley Katz, were from the time of his bar mitzvah. They asked what entertainment he would prefer for his bar mitzvah party. He requested Al Flosso, a Jewish magician born Albert Levinson, who headlined at Grossinger’s and other Catskills resorts.Read more: https://forward.com/culture/theater/414750/ricky-jay-performs-his-final-vanishing-act/
Born Richard Jay Potash in Brooklyn and raised in Elizabeth, New Jersey, Jay had parents ill-suited to the sort of obsessive, imaginative, erudite, and talented performer and writer he would grow up to be. He stated in the biographical documentary film “Deceptive Practice” (2012) that the “only kind memory” he retained of his parents, Samuel Potash and Shirley Katz, were from the time of his bar mitzvah. They asked what entertainment he would prefer for his bar mitzvah party. He requested Al Flosso, a Jewish magician born Albert Levinson, who headlined at Grossinger’s and other Catskills resorts.Read more: https://forward.com/culture/theater/414750/ricky-jay-performs-his-final-vanishing-act/
Born Richard Jay Potash in Brooklyn and raised in Elizabeth, New Jersey, Jay had parents ill-suited to the sort of obsessive, imaginative, erudite, and talented performer and writer he would grow up to be. He stated in the biographical documentary film “Deceptive Practice” (2012) that the “only kind memory” he retained of his parents, Samuel Potash and Shirley Katz, were from the time of his bar mitzvah. They asked what entertainment he would prefer for his bar mitzvah party. He requested Al Flosso, a Jewish magician born Albert Levinson, who headlined at Grossinger’s and other Catskills resorts.Read more: https://forward.com/culture/theater/414750/ricky-jay-performs-his-final-vanishing-act/

Monday, February 4, 2019

A Joke to Start the Week - "The Bank Robbery"




It's Monday in sunny Florida, where we're spending the rest of the winter. It's also Monday wherever you are. And wherever you are, it's time for another Joke to Start the Week. 

Today's joke is another one from Old Jews Telling Jokes, the gift that keeps on giving. Here's one from their archives, told by Mike Leiderman -- sportscaster, producer, and TV host guy.

Here's the setup: A bunch of Orthodox Jews go to rob a bank. Which bank? Bank Leumi and Bank Hapoalim of Israel, of course. And they all show up in their shtreimels and in their black hats and their long felt coats. And then...

Enjoy!

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Sunday, February 3, 2019

YidLife Crisis Presents: "Jews in Cars Getting Babka"



The Montreal-based comedy team of YidLife Crisis (Jamie Elman and Eli Batalion) have outdone Jerry Seinfeld's Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee with their own satire, Jews in Cars Getting Babka.

Filmed under hazardous driving conditions in Montreal's construction challenged Jewish neighborhoods, this satire features Leizer (Eli) racing the clock (and the sun) to drive Chaimie (Jamie) to his parents' house for Shabbat dinner.

After a mandatory stop at Cheskie's bakery for challah and babka, Chaimie gets into Leizer's car, which he has named Hodl, and they shmooze in Yiddish (with English subtitles that are not exact translations) about German and Japanese cars.

Will they get home before Shabbat? Watch the video and find out. 

Enjoy!

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