About Jason Diamond

I'm the former editor-in-chief of this hot dog stand

The Big Jewcy: Maris Kreizman, Slaughterhouse 90210

By June 14, 2010

Chances are, if I see a new Tumblr, I’m either going to think it’s brilliant or it’s hot garbage. Slaughterhouse 90210, a Tumblr created and maintained by Maris Kreizman, is in a league of it’s own.  Kreizman’s love of both … Read More

The Big Jewcy: Stephanie Rosen, Myspace Music Manager, Promotions & Events

By June 11, 2010

No matter what social networking trends say, Myspace has reshaped the way the music industry thinks.  It’s helped garage bands in the middle of nowhere get their music out to hundreds of thousands of people who would have otherwise never … Read More

The Big Jewcy: Scott Beibin, Evil Twin Booking Agency/Lost Film Fest

By June 10, 2010

Every project Scott Beibin is involved in over the last fifteen years, I’ve been interested in.  Whether it’s the D.I.Y. punk/hardcore label he founded (Bloodlink Records), the Jewish zine he was a part of, or the Lost Film Festival he … Read More

The Big Jewcy: Nate Westheimer, Entrepreneur

By June 10, 2010

Sometimes I am in awe of someone with a job so brilliant and bizarre that I find myself unable to effectively articulate what it is exactly that they do.  Tech entrepreneur Nate Westheimer is one of these people: "Nate Westheimer … Read More

The Big Jewcy: Eli Winkelman, Challah for Hunger

By June 10, 2010

Eli Winkelman is on a mission to do some good in this world, and she’s doing it by selling the official bread of the Jews.  The organization she founded, Challah for Hunger, raises money and awareness for hunger and disaster … Read More

The Big Jewcy: Brian Moss, Musician/Teacher

By June 9, 2010

One day you’re getting drunk with a guy in a punk house, and ten years later you’re sitting in an office as editor of Jewcy.com and the other guy is now a teacher who still plays in good bands.  This … Read More

The Big Jewcy: Stephen Elliott. Writer/Founder of The Rumpus

By June 9, 2010

I think every writer goes through a period of serious self-doubt where they suffer from a total lack of inspiration.  I know I did, and at times, still do.  A few years back, I was going through a serious funk; … Read More

The Big Jewcy: Julie Fishkin, Arts Curator

By June 9, 2010

If you attempt to apply a label to Julie Fishkin, the only appropriate one would be Wunderkind.  Established as one of the finest freelance art curators in New York by her project, Metro Color Collision, Fishkin has decided that her … Read More