Join Me For Shabbat @ Sundance Film Festival

For our third year in a row Jewlicious will be co-sponsoring shabbat programming at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah. More than 50,000 people attend screenings every year at the festival.

If you or any of your fellow children of Israel are going to the great Mormon State of Utah this weekend for the Sundance Film Festival – make sure to stop by our Shabbat reception. This Shabbat / Cocktail Evening at Sundance is a great chance to meet others in the biz, enjoy fresh challah, delicious wine, and snacks.

With all the craziness in Sundance – we hope that our Shabbat space will be a chilled so you can enjoy some tranquility, spirituality and great conversation.

Shabbat program at 4:30 – 7pm
1327 Park Avenue, Park City, UT 84068 USA

If you want to stay for dinner after the reception RSVP asap – CLICK HERE!

We thank our hosts, Chabad of Park City!

Amazon Selling Nazi Memorabilia

lighterDespite controversy in 2008 over Nazi memorabilia for sale on Amazon’s website – including t-shirts that praised Nazi leaders — it seems that some of this sick stuff has surfaced again. You can pick up a Nazi lighter and Nazi flags. This goes against Amazon’s stated policy regarding offensive material, “Amazon reserves the right to determine the appropriateness of listings posted to our site.”

Nazi lighter product description:

Don’t pay a ridiculous price for a wind-proof lighter, this premium crafted Get The Edge German WWII lighter gives you the quality craftsmanship you’ve come to enjoy at a bottom-line price. Packaged in custom gift tin.

It even comes in a custom “Get the Edge” tin. All these items are camouflaged as German WWII memorabilia. There are some other nifty Nazi stuff too.
It’s surprising that a reputable retailer like Amazon would peddle Nazi merchandise. Amazon could institute policies that prevent this kind of racist merchandise. If Bud K – the distributor of these lighters –  wants to keep selling them, that is Bud K’s choice. But one of the largest companies in America should know better.
NewEgg and Sears once carried them but they say they are currently out of stock.