Monthly Archives: September 2011

Daily Jewce: Saudi Arabian Women Voters, Yiddish Soap Operas, Hanging At The Friars Club, And More

In the news today: women in Saudi Arabia gain the right to vote, hanging out with old Jewish comedians, Read More

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Shtickball: The Weekly Platter

This week Schtickball hops around to find you stories from the across wide world of sports. Off we go! Read More

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Jews Watching TV: Pilots, More Like Mild-Lots

How great is it that TV is back, you guys? Like super great, right? Right! I cried TWICE last night apropos of nothing—I just missed these silly guys. Read More

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Getting The Lo-Down On SovJews In Your Mailbox

This year’s Big Jewcy Lea Zeltserman continues to rock with a new newsletter connecting the stories of Soviet Jews. Read More

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Daily Jewce: Palestinian Authority Go To The UN, Sukkah Grants, The UN As A Co-Op, And More

In the news: Today is the day when Palestine goes to the UN, Jon Stewart weighs in on the whole thing, modesty guards trash a bookstore in Israel, and much more. Read More

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The Ira Glas Man-Fatuation Post: Living Without

Never leave us again, Ira Glass. Read More

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Jewish Mothers Cooking: Healthy Rosh Hashanah Apple Cobbler

I love apples and honey for Rosh Hashanah, but since we have so much fruit left over this time of year, I try and get a little more creative while trying to stay healthy. Read More

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Morning Bites: Olmert Op-Ed, Sarah Silverman’s Advice, Hatzalah Never Closing, And More

In the news today: Israel’s former prime minister provides an op-ed, Sarah Silverman provides some advice (that Mia Farrow doesn’t want), a Chinese scholar provides some wisdom, and much more. Read More

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