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The Big Jewcy: Emily Savage- Covering Bay Area Jews, Vegan Food, And Music With Equal Vigor

I’m normally threatened by people that share my first name, but Emily Savage has quickly managed to prove that she deserves the name as much as I do.  Readers of Jewcy may know her as the Photo Editor and columnist for San Francisco’s J. Weekly, but she also regularly contributes culture writing to SF Weekly and is the San Francisco Editor at Poor Taste Mag.  Emily is living the dream–writing about Jews, music and food for a living–and repping for all the Bay Area ladies looking to have their voices heard in print and online.

Emily chronicles most of her work here, but I’ve included some of my favorite selections below:

Emily’s Juke Hunt series for SF Weekly

Cat Art Exhibit ‘Apocalypse Meow’ Excites Feline Desires

It was my boyfriend’s first Seder–but it felt new to me, too

After a fall from grace as queen bee, I found solace in Torah and ska

The Vegan Mystique

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