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I Lived On a Kibbutz With My In-Laws

I Lived On a Kibbutz With My In-Laws
By February 7, 2011

A girl from LA finds herself living dangerously close to her in-laws in Israel. Read More

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Irish Name, Jewish Person

Irish Name, Jewish Person
By January 27, 2011

Meet Tara Dublin. She’s Jewish, not Irish. Yes she’s quite aware that her name sounds like a character from “Darby O’Gill and the Little People.” Read More

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The Jewish Influence On “Where The Wild Things Are

The Jewish Influence On “Where The Wild Things Are
By January 25, 2011

Maurice Sendak’s inspiration for the names of his monsters in his book Where The Wild Things Are might surprise you. Read More

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Fashion Icon?

Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Fashion Icon?
By January 3, 2011

Is Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg a fashion icon? A list of the most stylish Jewish mommies thinks so. Read More

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Jewcy’s Favorite Parent Blogger Of 2010: Mayim Bialik

Jewcy’s Favorite Parent Blogger Of 2010: Mayim Bialik
By December 14, 2010

For all those wondering what Mayim Bialik is doing no, look no further than Kveller.com, where Bialik is regular contributor to the popular Jewish parenting blog. Read More

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Hanukkah Songs I Can Play For My Son Without Wanting To Poke My Eyes Out

Hanukkah Songs I Can Play For My Son Without Wanting To Poke My Eyes Out
By December 8, 2010

A roundup of Hanukkah songs that aren’t really terrible. Read More

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Pink, Green, and Jewish: My So-Called Preppy Life

Pink, Green, and Jewish: My So-Called Preppy Life
By November 22, 2010

A Jew grows up in the heart of WASP country — and lives to write about it. Read More

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The Jewcy Fitness Plan: Jennie & Patrick Do Chai Bo

The Jewcy Fitness Plan: Jennie & Patrick Do Chai Bo
By November 16, 2010

This is week three of Jennie & Patrick’s fitness journal for your viewing pleasure. Not only will they be reporting the embarrassing details of their physical disrepair, but, like all good Jewish professionals should, they’ll be making this a Jewish … Read More

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