Daily Jewce: Joe Lieberman Should Make Friends With WikiLeaks, Herzl’s Lonley Planet, Bob Dylan’s Paper, Cynthia Ozick And More
By Jewcy Staff / November 30, 2010
Today’s news includes some new ideas for Joseph Lieberman, what would one of the founding fathers of political Zionism think of Tel Aviv becoming trendy, get a little piece of Bob Dylan for a lot of money and much more. Read More
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- The Atlantic thinks that instead of prosecuting Julian Assange for actions he calls “outrageous, reckless, and despicable,” maybe Joe Liebrman should consider praising the head of WikiLeaks.
- What would Theodor Herzl think about Lonley Planet naming Tel Aviv as one of the top ten cities of 2010?
- Want to buy some music sheets for some of Bob Dylan’s most famous songs? Hope you’ve got $200,000 lying around.
- Edward Champion talks about Cynthia Ozick’s latest book, Foreign Bodies.