Monthly Archives: August 2016

Throwback Thursday: The Candy Man

Who is he? Why is he on this divine mission? Read More

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Sex Is a Double-Standard in Yeshivot

Slut-shaming young women in Jewish high schools reveals hypocrisy masked as piety. Read More

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A Yiddish Farewell to Gene Wilder

An English translation of a wonderful scene from ‘The Frisco Kid.’ Read More

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Amy Schumer’s New Book Is Super Jewish

The comedian shares stories ranging from her Bat Mitzvah to anti-Semitism in ‘The Girl With the Lower Back Tattoo.’ Read More

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Watch: The Premiere of Kol Nidre (As You’ve Never Heard it Before)

Cellist Maya Beiser presents ‘The Veil.’ Read More

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A Children’s Book on ‘German Suffering’ During WWII

‘A Year of Borrowed Men’ seems to forget a bit of history… Read More

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Aly Raisman is the Gold Medalist of the Coolness Olympics

The gymnast fields date proposals with as much ease as a floor exercise. Read More

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Jewcy Interview: Filmmaker Jesse Sweet

A conversation with the man who is currently working to finish his eye-opening documentary about Kiryas Joel, the Satmar community in the Hudson Valley. Read More

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