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There Will Be Hamantaschen (In The Streets Of Austin)

There Will Be Hamantaschen (In The Streets Of Austin)
By March 15, 2011

If you are in need of triangle cookie with apricot/strawberry/raspberry jam in the middle this Sunday, either seek out somebody from Jewcy, or tweet “Hey @JewcyMag I want #Austinhamantaschen” and we will tell you where to get it. Read More

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For Female Drummers Only: Mindy Abovitz Of Tom Tom Magazine

For Female Drummers Only: Mindy Abovitz Of Tom Tom Magazine
By February 2, 2011

Mindy Abovitz wanted to create the best magazine for and about female drummers. We think she’s succeeded. Read More

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Jew vs. Jew: Bob Dylan And Lou Reed

Jew vs. Jew: Bob Dylan And Lou Reed
By January 18, 2011

In our attempt to look at Jewish cultural figures and their impact on society, we pit them against each other like two artistic gladiators. This week we take two rock ‘n roll gods. Read More

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The Most Important Good For The Jews Interview Ever

The Most Important Good For The Jews Interview Ever
By January 11, 2011

Good for the Jews are maybe the single most important contribution that the Jewish people have made to American music. That’s why we were so shocked that they granted us this in-depth interview. Read More

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Amanda Palmer’s New Single Wacks Bush

Amanda Palmer’s New Single Wacks Bush
By January 5, 2011

Amanda Palmer, perhaps best known for Dresden Dolls days (and also for being married to Neil Gaiman), wants you to pay whatever for her newest single. Read More

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PUNK JEWS presents ON THE EDGE with DeLeon

PUNK JEWS presents ON THE EDGE with DeLeon
By January 4, 2011

A celebration of the upcoming Punk Jews documentary series. Four breakthrough Jewish artists take the stage who exemplify this new movement of smashing stereotypes and breaking down boundaries. Be our guest for dancing, screenings, and raffles to help us kick … Read More

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Captain Beefheart’s “Dachau Blues”

Captain Beefheart’s “Dachau Blues”
By December 20, 2010

Captain Beefheart wasn’t a Jew, but he was the perpetual outsider whose life and work could take a semester of college to understand and appreciate. Read More

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Jewcy Interviews: Suuns

Jewcy Interviews: Suuns
By November 18, 2010

The Montreal band Suuns aren’t afraid to cross thirty years of musical terrain to find inspiration for the songs on their debut full-length, Zeroes QC. In just under forty minutes, the band dances around between Krautrock and twitchy indie rock — throwing in the occasional song that sounds like it would fit perfectly in the film Running Man. Read More

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