Thousands of pro-Israel demonstrators crowded the corner of Wilshire Blvd. and Veteran Ave. in Westwood.
Brad A. Greenberg reports from today's pro-Israel rally outside the Federal Building in Westwood.
A recreation? A mashup of old video and new audio? Whatever, it's great!
'2nd Ave. Breakdown' by Margot Leverett and the Klezmer Mountain Boys.
Its been eight long years since the boys said wassup to each other. Even with the effects of a down economy and imminent change in the White House, the boys are still able to come together and stay true to what really matters.
She says Obama, he calls her a 'yenta.' It's an 'only in America' battle of the YouTube videos
The Matrix, the Kotel, the Days of Awe are all linked in this music video from Ori Murray shot in Jerusalem.
Rabbi Mark Bloom of Oakland's Temple Beth Abraham rocks out to the Rosh Hashanah Macarena
A montage of news photos from 5768 plus cantorial and modern music take this version of the 'Who shall live' prayer into YouTube land.
Leonard Cohen in a live performance of his song 'Who by fire?' based on the High Holy Days U'Netaneh Tokef prayer
65 Jewish children from Columbia, S.C. learn how to make a shofar with Rabbi Levi Marrus. The Gipsy Kings, we think, only sing in the video's soundtrack,
Chazzan Chiam Adler, Chief cantor at Tel-Aviv's Great Synagogue, sings the Kaddish. Recorded at first Selichot service. September 21 2008 midnight. Great chazzanut and wonderful singing by the congregation. Towards the end, you can hear a little Kol Isha. Is that our videographer, Y227, up in the womens' balcony?
The candidates reach out and apologize in the Rosh Hashanah tradition, blow a shofar, interrupt, smile, joke and yell, just like your family!
It was an ordinary brit milah -- until the mohel passed out cold . . .
Michael Ross, the former producer of and writer for iconic American sitcoms "All in the Family," "The Jeffersons" and "Three's Company," has given some $14 million to create Jewish studies programs at UCLA and City College of New York in recent months.
I have never seen this before. Sound footage of Ben Gurion proclaiming the State of Israel on May 14, 1948 -- and everyone says a "shecheyanu!"
In 1944, CBS broadcasts a 30-minute program about Tel Aviv on 'Columbia Presents Corwin'. The program begins as a young editor Douglas Adams flies from Cairo to Tel Aviv, and we meet the lovely R.A.F. Leftenant Aviva Har-Zahav . . .
Jewish communities that we don't hear very much about, in Morocco, Tunisia, Turkey, India, China, Iraq and Iran
Her YouTube bio says she's 36 and lives in Canada, fellas. You too can be a diary entry!
In this June 1947 production, Al Jolson reprises his most famous silver screen role as "The Jazz Singer."
Episode of the Jewish-themed 1950s soap-opera/sitcom The Goldbergs, starring Gertrude Berg, taken from the final season
It's the fake dialect bit, and he invented it and no one has ever done it better
Connie, Martha and Vet in a movie version (filmed for "The Big Broadcast") of one of their earliest commercial recordings
Hollywood ragtime sweetie Janet Klein sings a 1920s Tin Pan Alley tragedy -- tailor Izzy Cohen visits Honolulu, falls in love with the hula hotties, and writes wife Becky that he won't be back no more.
Hollywood ragtime sweetie Janet Klein sings Irving Berlin's "Cohen Owes Me Ninety-Seven Dollars" at the Tin Pan Alley show during the Annual West Coast Ragtime Festival in Sacramento last November (2007)
Video jukebox clip from the 1940s has that shimmy and shake -- and a stereotyped 'yehudi'
Video of Kol HaMispallel by the Yeshiva boys choir.
Everyone knows the legend of American pioneer 'Davy Crockett, King of the Wild Frontier.' Far fewer know the exploits of 'Duvid Crockett, King of Delancey Street.' You shouldn't worry, Duvid's life and times were immortalized in this Yinglish song by the great Mickey Katz.
Only a British sitcom could come up with a skit about someone wanting to purchase 'Turning Jewish' insurance. From 'The Two Ronnies' circa 1987.