Baked December 1, 2005
The stars came out last night to celebrate the best of backwards thinking in the Jewish world. Luminaries such as the Chumradika Rav and the Fachnyukte Rebbetzin were on hand for the proceedings and witnessed an awards coup like none other in the award show's history. […] Full Story
Responding to "a possible threat of terror," Department of Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff announced Monday that Jewish children will be subject to random shalach manos searches this Purim season. […] Full Story
Lakewood banks are banning piggy banks because they may offend some Jews. Lakewood Mutual and Bank of Lakewood have led the move to scrap the time-honored symbol of saving from being given to children or used in their advertising, the Daily Stringency reported today. […] Full Story
For reasons yet to be explained in drashas, a regrettable side effect of New Orleans being punished for their sodomite ways is the forecasted high heating costs this winter, which are expected to affect yidden everywhere in the Brooklyn area. […] Full Story
Brooklyn resident Moshe Brenner does not use the Internet, a fact he repeatedly points out to friends, family, coworkers, mailmen, brownies, dogwalkers, beggars, store clerks, 311, random strangers and his Rabbi. […] Full Story
Following renewed guidelines from the National Yeshiva Athletics Association of North America (NYAA-NA), many Jewish high schools around the country are renaming their school team names to meet more Jewish tastes. […] Full Story
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