About Another Rachel

Jewcy’s Favorite Parent Blogger Of 2010: Mayim Bialik

Jewcy’s Favorite Parent Blogger Of 2010: Mayim Bialik
By December 14, 2010

For all those wondering what Mayim Bialik is doing no, look no further than Kveller.com, where Bialik is regular contributor to the popular Jewish parenting blog. Read More

The Ballad Of Los Angeles Gentrification

The Ballad Of Los Angeles Gentrification
By December 10, 2010

The L.A. Times says gentrification has hit the Echo Park area. This troubles Rachel Glassberg, so she wrote a song about it. Read More

Harry Potter Is Dead And Buried In Israel

Harry Potter Is Dead And Buried In Israel
By November 16, 2010

The tombstone of a British soldier who was killed in action in 1939, when England controlled Palestine, has become a huge tourist attraction for the Israeli town of Ramle. Read More

San Francisco Trying To Put The Clamp Down On Circumcision

San Francisco Trying To Put The Clamp Down On Circumcision
By November 15, 2010

If passed, a new law proposed by an anti-circumcision could carry a $1,000 fine and up to a year in prison. Read More

Gene Simmons Is Proof There Aren’t Many Good Jewish Role Models On Television

Gene Simmons Is Proof There Aren’t Many Good Jewish Role Models On Television
By November 12, 2010

When a blog designed as a place where “Jewish women converse” says Gene Simmons is the Jewish husband of the year, you need to finally admit that the landscape is very bleak in terms of strong Jewish characters on television.  … Read More

Everything You Ever Needed To Know About Jewish Food In One Podcast

Everything You Ever Needed To Know About Jewish Food In One Podcast
By November 9, 2010

Rabbi, chef, and James Beard Award-winning cookbook author, Gil Marks, talks about his new Encyclopedia of Jewish Food. Read More

The Sunday Mazel: My Big Fat Jewish/Orthodox Greek Wedding

The Sunday Mazel: My Big Fat Jewish/Orthodox Greek Wedding
By November 7, 2010

Our pick for best wedding announcement this week, is between Hilary Zwerdling and Nicholas Papas, because they had a service that “incorporated Jewish and Greek Orthodox traditions.” I closed my eyes and tried to picture how this went down, and … Read More

Jewcy Cheers on Blue Card at the New York City Marathon

By October 25, 2010

On November 7th, most of Team Jewcy will be planted on a corner somewhere in Brooklyn, watching the runners in the ING New York City Marathon, and thinking “gee, we wish we could do that.”  We will cheer for each … Read More