I thought I’d found the song I might one day use in pursuit of my bashert; I was totally offtrack.
In what has to be a first for an Orthodox Jewish summer camp. Camp Morasha, located in the Poconos, takes over a shopping mall for a flash mob dance
A rendition of Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah” performed in a West Bank synagogue forces you reconsider everything you thought you knew about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
In the closing hours of this Israeli Independence Day, we here at HyperSemitic commend our friends at ShootEast for a cleverly executed lip dub of K’naan — Wavin’ Flag.
Face it, we all have crazy family seders. Loud kid brother belting mah nishtanah? Aunt with a penchant for Passover showtunes? Sometimes it’s best to let them do their thing and to release their inner Maccabeats. And on that note, here are Passover renditions of Annie Get Your Gun and …
Whether in Yiddish, in Chinese or on the toilet, here are ten standout renditions of Mah Nishtanah.
The Maccabeats’ viral video days may have hit a stumbling block with their Purim entry.
An Orthodox youth group is touting 12-year-old Edan Pinchot as the “Jewish Justin Bieber” in a new music video parody of John Lennon’s “Imagine.” Looks like the real Bieber ain’t the only musical talent saying Shema every day.
Rick Ross’s Hustlin’ is an unconventional target for Jewish parody. Then again, “PistolGrip” is an unconventional name for a nice Jewish parody-maker from the suburbs of Atlanta.
If rabbis and educators were previously not-so-thrilled about their children singing Cee Lo’s “F@#$ you,” this is the most synagogue-friendly prayer parody since the tefillin (w)rap!