Monthly Archives: November 2010

JDub is the selector: Festival of Strikes Edition

On the eve of JDub’s 8th birthday, the selector shares some new tracks. Read More

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From Boardwalk Empire To Gatsby: Top Five Arnold Rothstein Pop Culture Moments

From dandy in Boardwalk Empire to big guy in “Eight Men Out,” the gangster Arnold Rothstein has been portrayed many different ways. Read More

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Daily Jewce: WikiLeak Fallout, Wolf Blitzer Does The Dougie, Al Jaffee, And More

Today in news: the WikiLeak fallout in America, Israel and Iran; Wolf Blitzer is hip hop, Mad Magazine’s Al Jaffee does some talking, and more Read More

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The Sunday Mazel: Off For The Holiday

There are very few weddings to announce over the holiday weekend. We’re happy this one was around. Read More

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The Ira Glass Infatuation Post/This American Life Review: Neighborhood Watch

This weeks TAL, Neighborhood Watch, is an episode that is more astounding than most 2010 media output. Read More

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FFJD: Great Expectations

Dating social minefields and cutting the crap. Read More

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Daily Jewce Black Friday Edition: New Wikileaks, Ahmadinejad On His Way Out?, Cookie Monster And More

News to read while you’re waiting in line for Black Friday deals: The American/Israeli Wikileak countdown begins, is Ahmadinejad on his way out, Seinfeld crashes a comedy show and more. Read More

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Fighting Hunger On Thanksgiving And The Other 364 Days Of The Year

Thanksgiving marks the beginning of the holiday season. It is also one of the most popular days of the year to serve in the country’s soup kitchens and food pantries.
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