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  • Two hilarious and insightful new episodes of Holy Dazed will make this Passover the funniest ever!

    This time around “Top Chef’s” Gail Simmons, of Food & Wine Magazine, joins the crew to share her gourmet recipe for Matzah Pizza; comedian Marc Maron explains why family at the seder is important, even if it hurts; R&B singer Ari Gold brings his famous brothers, comedian Elon and composer Steven, along to join the fun in three-part harmony (we’re not kidding!); comedian Joel Chasnoff explains the almost-edible Passover phenomenon known as the macaroon; and much, much more!

    Watch Episode 01: Matzah Madness, and Episode 02: The Seder on TJC in the TJC Original Series Category. Here’s a taste from Episode 01:

    A bite from Episode 02:

    And, as a special Passover treat, here’s a clip you won’t see in the full episodes:

    Online Extra: Egyptian at the Seder – Orthodox-convert comedian Yisrael Campbell remembers the time he took his non-Jewish Egyptian first wife to the seder. Comedian Jon Fisch and author Daniel Radosh chime in.

    See clips from Holy Dazed: Chanukah

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    The Salon 32. Jewish women discuss: why it’s so hard to talk about the war in Gaza; allegations of sexual harassment in the Senate; Ferguson, race and the Jewish community, and how to find High Holidays inspiration. With Lisa Goldman, Marjorie Dove Kent, Rebecca Honig Friedman.