Monthly Archives: March 2014

Zach Braff On His New Role In “Bullets Over Broadway” And Being An Emo Kid

“I was a melancholic child. Worried, anxious.” Read More

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Kosher Bacon: More Than Just Ritz Crackers!

Buy bacon today, eat kosher tomorrow. Read More

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Remembering The Victims of The Triangle Shirtwaist Fire, 103 Years On

“The entire neighborhood is sitting shiva. Every heart is torn in mourning.” Read More

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Jon Stewart Eviscerates CNN For Terrible Coverage Of Flight MH370

Just what the conspiracy theorists ordered needed. Read More

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Harry Houdini, Master of Escape, Born 140 Years Ago Today

Like so many Jews who came after him and rose to fame, he embodied the notion of the underdog, and dedicated himself to his craft. Read More

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Obligatory Mila Kunis Pregnancy Post!

That ’70s Show spawns That ’70s Baby! Read More

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Bar Mitzvah Boy Pens Plea For Better Suits

We hear ya, Zeke. Read More

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Yiddish Returns to UT Austin

Students will be able to fulfill foreign language requirements for most majors. Read More

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