L’shanah tovah, everyone!
In today’s must-read links for your lunch break: Florida Gulf Coast University continues its Cinderella run in the NCAA tournament, and the political debate over gay marriage may have reached its end.
The Anti-Defamation League has condemned the fashion retailer over a yellow shirt with what appears to be a six-pointed star.
During the city’s annual “Zombie Walk,” revelers don costumes and makeup on the eve of Purim, the Jewish holiday known for its carnival-like atmosphere.
A student at York University in Toronto accused her professor of making an anti-Semitic statement during class. Pretty commendable to stand up against that, right? Except that the professor wasn’t being anti-Semitic.
What would you do if your Facebook account automatically put men in one network and women in another? You’d probably assume there was a major site malfunction.
“Lep’s Jewish. And it was like a reverse Anne Frank thing.”
—TIKI BARBER, former New York Giants running back, comparing his living situation in his agent Mark Lepselter’s attic to that of the young Holocaust victim. Barber …
But it’s OK, right? Because Congressional candidate Dan Adler is Jewish – and his wife is Korean.
The revelry begins at sundown when Jews celebrate their people’s victory over Haman by noshing on a resemblance of him.