Monthly Archives: March 2012

Cindy Sherman and Jewish Stereotypes

Looking at the MoMA’s Cindy Sherman retrospective through a Jewish lens Read More

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Why I’m Unfollowing Dr. Ruth on Twitter

I love Dr. Ruth, but the 83-year-old sex therapist is making my twitter feed NSFW Read More

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In Brooklyn, Putting Gefilte Fish Back on the Menu

We talk with the founders of The Gefilteria, which opens in Brooklyn on Sunday, about Ashkenazi soul food, misunderstood gefilte fish, and the Jewish kombucha Read More

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Daily Jewce: The Fonz Sells Mortgages, Adam Levine’s New Fragrance, A.O. Scott on ‘Footnote,’ and more

In the news today: Barbie’s 53rd birthday, Adam Wilson’s slanket, Beinart’s new blog, and more Read More

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Kehinde Wiley at the Jewish Museum

Contemporary artist Kehinde Wiley talks about his new show, The World Stage: Israel, which opens Friday at the Jewish Museum Read More

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Daily Jewce: Woody Allen to Play a Gigolo, Harvey Weinstein Turns Down Obama’s Movie Pitch, and more

In the news today: the stylish Max Winkler, Etan Cohen’s directorial debut, Jason Segel being Jason Segel Read More

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The Jews of New Mexico, a Century Ago

As New Mexico commemorates 100 years of statehood, one writer celebrates the role her family played in creating a Jewish community there. Read More

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A Klutz’ Guide to Cooking: Hamantashen

This Purim, try fun hamantashen fillings like Nutella, banana, and applesauce Read More

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