About Gabriela Geselowitz

Gabriela Geselowitz is the editor of Jewcy.com, and a nerd-about-town.

How An Israeli Folk Song Became a Hit on Japanese Video Game Soundtracks

By August 8, 2017

Think you know ‘Mayim Mayim’? Think again. Read More

Trump’s Clueless Aid, Stephen Miller, Is a Real Life Cher Horowitz

By August 7, 2017

May we please remind you that it does not say RSVP on the Statue of Liberty?!? Read More

Angelyne Is Not Who You Thought She Was

By August 3, 2017

How Ronia Tamar Goldberg, the daughter of Holocaust survivors, went from a small religious town in Israel to California gubernatorial candidate and LA celebrity fixture Read More

My Own Private Tisha B’Av: Long Island

By August 1, 2017

Are you still in exile if you’ve never liked your home to begin with? Read More

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

By July 31, 2017

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

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

By July 28, 2017

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

In Praise of Kvetching

By July 27, 2017

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

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

By July 25, 2017

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