Monthly Archives: December 2011

Daily Jewce: Jewish Women Of The Year, Reform’s Reach, Yo La Tengo Shows, And More

In the news today: Etgar Keret writes a holiday card, the Reform movement reaches out, Yo La Tengo plays their Hanukkah shows, Julie Klausner’s year, and much more. Read More

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Hanukkah Glitter Rock (For a Cause)

The closest thing you will get to a Marc Bolan Hanukkah song. Read More

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The This American Life Ira Glass Man-Fatuation Post: Nemeses

This week Ira and Co. tackle both sides of arguments Read More

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There’s No Such Thing As A Hanukkah Bush

Connecting a non-Jewish past with a Jewish present during the holiday season isn’t always that easy. Read More

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How Does Obama Get The Jews Back?

Support for President Obama is sagging among a key Democratic voting bloc. Now his campaign has 11 months to win back Jewish voters. Read More

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Daily Jewce: Hanukkah Time, University Yiddish, Tintin, Sagal Of Anarchy, And More

In the news today: Hanukkah talk, Yiddish makes a comeback in American colleges, Katey Saga is interviewed, Extremely Loud And Incredibly Close premieres, and much more. Read More

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Two Jewish Brothers Walk Into A Brooklyn Kitchen (And Come Out With A Latke Recipe)

Meet Max and Eli Sussman, two brothers in the thick of the Brooklyn food revolution. Read More

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A Star Of David Atop The Christmas Tree

It’s the time of year when intermarried Jews are lectured against Christmas trees. Given marriage trends, the lecturers should learn to pipe down. Read More

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