Monthly Archives: January 2008

Praise, Grumble, Schmooze, Lament

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Praise, Grumble, Schmooze, Lament

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Eyes on the Pies: Superbowl Food Porn

With the Super Bowl just days away, we thought it only fitting to offer up some of the best and worst football food on Flickr. From pigs in a blanket and PBRs, to team themed cupcakes, here are some of … Read More

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Light My Fire: How to Host Havdalah

Most secular Jews are at least vaguely familiar with the various blessings and observances of Shabbat, but unless you attended a Jewish camp or went on an Israel trip, you might not have experienced Havdalah. The mini-ceremony performed at the … Read More

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Go High Go Low: Spinoza vs. Ashton Kutcher

Consuming too many empty tabloid calories and not enough high-culture fiber? Let us help you get back on a balanced diet. This week our high-brow stories are kind of heavy, so we’ve prescribed an espresso shot of celebrity gossip with … Read More

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Jewcy Opinion Digest

On Jesus Jerry Kellman in Busted Halo "The biggest lesson was learning the nature of who Jesus was historically, not as God and being resurrected, but as the person he was and living as a Jew in a Jewish world." … Read More

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Hump Day Art: Sand in the Holy Land

Congratulations! You’ve managed to get through the first 2.5 weekdays. To help you get through the second half of your week, Jewcy is happy to present you with Hump Day Art. Think of it as an opportunity to devote your … Read More

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Comments of the Week: Dictators and Tattoos and Homos, Oh My!

This week we salute a few particularly witty and wise comments. First up, Mateo’s response to Helen’s post on the death of former Indonesian dictator Suharto:   Suharto joins Pol Pot and others in the ranks of genocidal dictators never … Read More

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