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What to watch before Sukkot and Simchat Torah

It’s the holiday season! That time of year filled with too much eating, too many family reunions, and having to explain to your boss why you need so much time off. And there’s no better

Top 5 Jewish shows to binge this week! 6 October

Our recap of the best tv, movies and docos to watch this week! Join our private Facebook group Couch Latkes for more tv/movie suggestions! Wish I was Here - #IndieDarling A struggling actor, father and

Jewish Britain in the time of Downton Abbey

Downton Abbey fans around the world are rejoicing at the release of the long-awaited Downton Abbey movie, a historical drama set in 1927 in England. What was this historical period like for the Jewish population

What to watch before Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur

It’s the holiday season! That time of year filled with too much eating, too many family reunions, and having to explain to your boss why you need so much time off. And there’s no better

7 Jewish-y Mamamia No Filter Podcast episodes you should listen to.

Have you heard of Mamamia’s No Filter podcast? In it, Jewish media mogul Mia Freedman hosts candid conversations that count, with incredible people.  Over the past couple of years I’ve listened to these weekly conversations

New on Netflix: Unbelievable

Netflix’s newest offering is Unbelievable, an eight-episode limited series based on the 2018 book, An Unbelievable Story of Rape. The series explores two different stories -- one about Marie Adler (played by Kaitlyn Dever,) a

5 reasons why every Jewish woman should watch Workin’ Mums

Boobs. That’s the first thing that was shown in the first episode of the first season of Canadian comedy Workin’ mums. It’s not a raunchy sex scene. And it’s definitely not pornographic. It’s three women,

The Spy – Incredible sacrifices all round!

Have what to say about The Spy? Let us know in our Facebook group Couch Latkes. I grew up hearing about Eli Cohen through my involvement within the Religious Zionist youth movement, Bnei Akiva. His grainy