About Jennie Rivlin Roberts

Founder of ModernTribe.com. Inventor of No Limit Texas Dreidel. Owner of PopJudaica.com. ModernTribe_Jew on Twitter. Industrial & Organizational psychologist. Georgia Tech grad. Native Atlantan! Love Jewcy.

Name the “Jennie & Patrick Show”

By August 13, 2009

Hey there! Jewcy contributor, Patrick Aleph of Can!!Can band and PunkTorah, and I are doing these quirky shopping-channelesque videos where we discuss items we sell on ModernTribe.com, the design-forward Jewish gift shop and host of the Jewcy Store. We’d like … Read More

DJ Eric Rosen on Dark, Sexy, and Jewish House Music

By April 7, 2009

DJ Eric Rosen’s mixes are my kind of music: electronic, acid-jazzy, smooth, silky spins that make you sway. Upon listening to his mix LoveMusic, I was in love. I read an interview by Monica Rozenfeld in PresenTense Magazine and was … Read More

Jews In Unlikely Places: Scattered Among The Nations

By March 20, 2009

I tripped across an article about Penn State hosting an exhibit entitled Scattered Among The Nations by photographers Bryan Schwartz, Jay Sand, and Sandy Carter. The photographs depict Jews in the most unlikely places: India, Ghana, Zimbabwe, Peru and Uzbekistan. … Read More

Stewart vs. Cramer: The Rundown

By March 14, 2009

Have you been hearing the buzz about the battle between these two big personalities? Both these men are Jewish and the LA Jewish Journal, quite Jewishly, gives us a meta-take on this conflict which is worth considering and discussing: "Last … Read More

Is The Next Hot Thing Your Own Cool Seltzer?

By March 6, 2009

SodaStream is the largest brand of in-home seltzer and soda makers. After recent re-branding, the small kitchen appliances are gaining in popularity with Jews being an estimated 25% of the new buyers. Seltzer lovers tout the beverage’s economical sense (cheaper … Read More

The Many Masks of Purim

By February 27, 2009

Purim is a revelrous Jewish holiday. It’s traditional to feast, drink, give gifts of food to friends and to the poor, and dress in costume. While the Judaica shops are full of Queen Esther, Mordecai, King Ahasuerus, and Haman masks, … Read More