Monthly Archives: October 2014

Halloween is OVER, Ruth Baby Ginsburg Has Killed It

(With the most supreme costume of all time.) Read More

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OMGWTFBIBLE: Oh My God, Still With the Plagues?

Locusts! They’re also kosher. Read More

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Litvakus’ New Album “Raysn” is Party Music for the Klezmer Set

Ethnomusicologist Dmitri Zisl Slepovitch plays the Jewish music of his native Belarus. Read More

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Stephanie Doucette, Until Recently Converting to Judaism With Rabbi Barry Freundel, Speaks Out

“I don’t know how to dress anymore. Even undressing in the privacy of my own bedroom is difficult right now.” Read More

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The Story of Fatma Bargouth

How a 26-year-old Gazan woman with breast cancer built bridges between the people responsible for her care. Read More

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Spotlight On: Eli Batalion and Jamie Elman of “YidLife Crisis”

Talking trayf, Seinfeld, and circumcision with the creators of the new Yiddish web series. Read More

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Once, I Accidentally Took Catholic Communion. Is that Bad?

My religious blunder forced me to articulate Jewish identity—and to really listen to what others’ faiths ask of them. Read More

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Rule #1: Don’t Kiss in the Anne Frank House

At long last, that mawkish make-out scene from “The Fault in Our Stars” gets the smack-down it deserves. Read More

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