Monthly Archives: July 2017

Three Camp Ramah Alums Now Have Leading Roles on Broadway. What’s in the Bug Juice?

Turns out that singing in Hebrew in front of your peers may be the ticket to superstardom Read More

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Is This the Beginning of the End of ‘Broad City’?

As the show’s two stars take on more and more solo projects, time to start thinking about what comes next. Read More

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In Praise of Kvetching

Hiking the Inca Trail, I learned that the ancient Jewish art of complaining can save the day, if you do it right. Read More

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‘Angels in America,’ Featuring Trump’s Mentor Roy Cohn, Captures the National Mood

The seminal play is having a moment, on stages around the world and in the Oval Office. Read More

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Hey, Hollywood: Why No Biopics of Jewish Comic Book Creators?

With a biopic of the creator of Wonder Woman about to hit the screens, why no movies about the Jews who came up with Spider-Man, Superman, and Batman? Read More

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JEWCY EXCLUSIVE: The Trailer For ‘A Prayer’

Get the first peek at this Jewish LGBT film. Read More

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F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Tale of Hollywood Jews

The author might’ve been an anti-Semite, but his final creation is a complex and fascinating character. Read More

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The De-Jewification of Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Can a non-Jewish actress really get the very Jewish RBG? Read More

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