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Vote for the Most Pimped out Sukkah

Vote for the Most Pimped out Sukkah
By September 13, 2010

From Dadaist to homeless — there are twelve designs competing to win the Sukkah City competition, and you can go over to New York Magazine and help decide who the winner will be. Personally, Jewcy is rooting for the design … Read More

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Introducing Jewcy’s Fashion Week + The ABC’s of New York City’s Fashion’s Night Out!

Introducing Jewcy’s Fashion Week + The ABC’s of New York City’s Fashion’s Night Out!
By September 9, 2010

Today marks not only the Jewish New Year, but the Fashion New Year, as New York based designers send their Spring 2011 collections down the runways of the Upper West Side at Lincoln Center. As each day progresses and as … Read More

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You Eat a Honeycake and Call It a Day: Culturally Jewish on Rosh Hashanah is A-okay

You Eat a Honeycake and Call It a Day: Culturally Jewish on Rosh Hashanah is A-okay
By September 8, 2010

Creative output is at full throttle for the High Holidays at Jewcy, when the planets align and all creeds of Jew collectively turn their awareness to heritage and self-reflection. Foods come out on the tables surrounded by families reuniting in … Read More

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The Jewish Mother’s Guide to Style: Mazal to the Mainstream

The Jewish Mother’s Guide to Style: Mazal to the Mainstream
By September 3, 2010

Everyone loves a weekly Mazal. From Bravo’s Andy Cohen to the author of Jewcy’s Sunday Mazal, what was once used as celebratory phrase at bar-mitzvahs and weddings has gone global. Considering that fashion is all about embracing or resisting the … Read More

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Jennifer Grey: When Jewish Nose Jobs go Wrong

Jennifer Grey: When Jewish Nose Jobs go Wrong
By September 1, 2010

There was a time–roughly around years 8 and 9–when I would have told you that Jennifer Grey was my celebrity crush.  After I saw both Dirty Dancing and Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, I was convinced she was everything I could … Read More

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Amanda Cohen to be First Vegetarian Chef on Iron Chef America

Amanda Cohen to be First Vegetarian Chef on Iron Chef America
By August 27, 2010

Amanda Cohen has created a reputation for herself as a chef defiantly supportive of vegetables.  When she opened her restaurant Dirt Candy (which is certified Kosher) a few years ago, she received just as much attention for her blog, a … Read More

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The Jewish Mother’s Guide To Style: Designer Lines for Payless

The Jewish Mother’s Guide To Style: Designer Lines for Payless
By August 27, 2010

As a Jewish stylist I typically confront a common issue when it comes to giving style advice to everyone from clients, friends, family and co-workers – money. He who famously said "Mo’ Money, Mo’ Problems" was having a mental lapse … Read More

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American Apparel: Requiem for a Shmata

American Apparel: Requiem for a Shmata
By August 18, 2010

Today came the news we’ve been waiting for, that American Apparel might not be able to sustain itself over the next year.  Many will shrug and say "so what?," others may hail this as the final blow to the ailing … Read More

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