About Hayley Elisabeth Kaufman

I am the assistant editor at Jewcy, a freelance writer and a unicorn fanatic. I love rock n' roll and literature, bohemianism and the culinary arts--primarily the art of the perfect pizza.

Jewcy Zeitgeist: Clinton Foundation Donors Revealed, Scarlett Johansson Auctions A Snot Rag, and Hamas Ends Truce With Israel

By December 18, 2008

Here are today’s news stories in no particular order: Islamic militant group Hamas says they will not extend the six-month truce with Israel and will end the cease-fire on Friday. Former president Bill Clinton released a list of financial contributors … Read More

Jewcy Zeitgeist: Madoff On House Arrest, Drew Peterson To Take A Fifth Wife, and Adam Walsh Case Put To Rest

By December 17, 2008

Here are today’s top stories in no particular order: No surprise here, but President-elect Barack Obama has been chosen as the Person of the Year by Time magazine. What is slightly shocking: Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin is a runner-up, … Read More

Jewcy Zeitgeist: 75-Year-Old Grandmother Kidnapped and Tortured, Blagojevich Impeachment Panel and Obama Loves Science

By December 16, 2008

Here are the day’s top stories in no particular order: President-elect Barack Obama’s choice for energy secretary, scientist and Nobel laureate Steven Chu, illustrates his devotion to science as well as to diversity. Here’s a big thumbs up for the … Read More

What Do You Want For Hanukkah? How About Tickets To Matisyahu?

By December 15, 2008

In this season of giving it’s easy to forget about treating yourself—especially with most of us finding ourselves to be financially challenged in these tough economic times. Let us at Jewcy hook you up with an awesome Hanukkah contest and … Read More

Jewcy Zeitgeist: President Bush Pelted By Shoes, Tom Cruise Is Still Crazy and Former Nazi Resort To Be Luxury Destination

By December 15, 2008

Here are the day’s top stories in no particular order: Bernard Madoff’s Wall Street Ponzi scheme has greatly affected a full spectrum of worldwide investors and charities, including a Jewish youth charity in Massachusetts. More bones were found in the … Read More

Jewcy Zeitgeist: KFC Gets Steamy, Rumsfeld Accused of Inhumane Treatment and Possible Lead in Caylee Anthony Case

By December 12, 2008

Here are the day’s top stories in no particular order: Remains—including a child’s skull—were found in the woods close to missing toddler Caylee Anthony’s home, which could help further incriminate her mother Casey Anthony. South Korean leader Kim Jong Il … Read More

Inheritance: A Film Chronicling Two Women and A Dark Legacy

By December 11, 2008

The documentary Inheritance, directed by Oscar-winner James Moll, is a raw and heartbreaking glimpse into two intertwined narratives that weave a painful tale of hate, fear and resilience. The film documents the lives of two women, Monika Hertwig and Helen … Read More

Jewcy Zeitgeist: Blagojevich Asked to Resign, Get Sarah Palin’s “Look,” and Iranian Dating Site Banned for “Prostitution”

By December 11, 2008

Here are today’s top news stories in no particular order: Scandalous seat-selling Governor Rod Blagojevich has been asked to resign by president elect Barack Obama and other prominent lawmakers. The Islamic militant accused of heading Mumbai attacks is being held … Read More