Monthly Archives: April 2011

SEDER: Eat and Support Art!

SEDER: A meal-based initiative committed to creating a path for rethinking how contemporary Jewish art and culture is financed and experienced communally. Please join Anne Hromadka, Daniella Gold, Kim Newstadt, and Jacob Perlin for SEDER…. Wednesday, May 4, from 7-9 … Read More

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J-Teen and J-Serve Join Forces To Promote Literacy Among Kids And Teens

Two Jewish orgs. get together to promote increased access to books and literary skills for all kids and teens. Read More

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Thanks Gabe Carimi: The Chicago Bears Are Officially The Most Jewish Team In Football

When I told you the Chicago Bears were the most Jewish team left in the playoffs a few months back, I didn’t expect them to become the most Jewish team in the entire NFL. Read More

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Jews Watching TV: Where Were You When Steve Carell Left The Office?

Every time an actor/actress leaves their TV show to do movies a peacock loses its wings. Read More

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Orthodox Hip Hop On An Indie Rock Stalwart

Is an iconic indie rock label becoming more Jewish? Read More

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“Life Without Lights”

Join Jewish Heart for Africa for a one night showing of Peter DiCampo’s traveling exhibit “Life Without Lights.” DiCampo’s work photographing energy poverty has been written up in the New York Times and Wired Magazine and won him first prize … Read More

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Daily Jewce: Jewish Royal Wedding Snubs, Girl Group Hebrew School, Hannah Arendt, And More

In the news today: Jerry Seinfeld is 57 today, a Holocaust reading guide for thinking people, there was once a Jewish “snub lost” at a royal wedding, and much more. Read More

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The Socalled Movie & Afterparty

Los Angeles Jewish Film Festival Presents “The Socalled Movie” Playing after Shofar Calling Josh Socalled Dolgin is a musician, producer, composer, arranger, magician, filmmaker, photographer, and visual artist based in Montreal. Known for his genre-bending approach and his collaborations with … Read More

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