About Maury Newserman

I was born in Patterson, New Jersey before the war.  I've been the owner of successful businesses.  My grandchildren bought me a computer last year and I only use it to read the news. 

Exclusive: Interview with Long Dead Yale University Press Founder

By June 11, 2010

I was walking down Market Street in Paterson today with Herb and he says to me, "Did you hear about the new series of Jewish biographies that Leon Black fellow is launching with Yale University Press?" So I says, "What?" … Read More

The Monday Jewce

By March 29, 2010

  The goyim love Passover.  Feh!  They can have it!  The Last Supper was a Seder?  They copy everything from us!  The Pope is a schmuck.  I’ve never liked him.   I saw Hot Tub Time Machine with my grandson … Read More

The Daily Jewce

By March 17, 2010

My grandson likes "death metal".  Frankly, it sounds like rubbish to me.  Death metal in Poland sounds even worse.  And when Polish death metalers start tearing up sacred books?  Forget about it! A former Nazi writes a book.  Feh.  You … Read More

The Friday Jewce

By March 5, 2010

  I can’t comment on the way he dresses, how are you going to deny a doctor from a holy event like the megillah reading? Heeb Magazine picks the best Jewish movie moments. What’s this Chatroulette, and why is Jon … Read More

The Monday Jewce

By March 1, 2010

   This guy at Huffington Post explains to us what Jimi Hendrix has in common with a menorah. That nice boy who wrote Save the Deli tips 15 Percent?  What a mensch!   I’ve always liked that Sharon Osbourne lady, she … Read More

The Friday Jewce

By February 19, 2010

Tiger Wood, Tiger Shmoods.  Of course Rabbi Shmuley has an opinion on the golf legends speech.  Feh to Tiger Woods!  Feh!  The same goes to Leno!  Feh to Leno!  I liked the Irish guy more.  I think this is what … Read More

The Daily Jewce

By February 17, 2010

"Sherlock Holmes with a dash of Woody Allen. Philip Roth and Stephen King. Mystery plus comedy. Detective novel meets Yiddish folk tale".  That review either totally sells me on The Fifth Servant, or makes me think it’s time to start … Read More