Monthly Archives: December 2011

Daily Jewce: Jerusalem Bus Ads, Zuckerberg’s Bison, Christmas Macaroons, And More

In the news today: Being gay in the Orthodox community, a comedian is profiled, women’s equality ads in Jerusalem are denied, suggesting Jewish baked goods for a Christian holiday, and much more. Read More

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Jews, Christmas, Etc.

One Jew’s Christmas concessions. Read More

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Gay, Orthodox, And Settling Down

In the documentary DevOUT, gay Jews struggle to reconcile their faith with their sexuality while raising families within the Orthodox world Read More

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A Klutz’ Guide To Cooking: Hanukkah Sufganiyot

Making the Hanukkah donuts we all know and love. Read More

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Daily Jewce: Israeli Rosa Parks, Bagel Trash Talk, Hanukkah Stories, Yo La Tengo, And More

In the news: New Yorkers talking about their bagels, the Israeli Rosa Parks, NPR’s Hanukkah stories, an indie rock health scare, and much more. Read More

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What Jews Do On Christmas: Go Back To The Desert

Just in case you don’t have plans and/or a private jet at your disposal. Read More

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Extremely Manipulative And Incredibly Irritating

The trailer for the new Jonathan Safran Foer adaptation leaves us feeling a little disoriented. Read More

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Does Hebrew Union College Need Some Reform?

Hebrew Union College prides itself on being open and pluralistic. But some Reform rabbinical students say the reality contradicts this vision. Read More

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