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Jewcy Picks The San Francisco Film Fest

By July 30, 2010

For the thirtieth year in a row, the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival has put together another stellar lineup to entertain the Jewish film buffs of the Bay Area. Here are our three must see picks for this weekends shows … Read More

Swedish Policemen Dance Better Than IDF Soldiers

By July 30, 2010

While there is still no word if the Israeli soldiers dancing to Ke$ha changed public opinion on the Jewish State, we really hate to be the ones to tell the world that Swedish cops have better music tastes (The Kinfe) … Read More

The Weekly Yiderati: Jonathan Ames Breaking the Law, Shteyngart Talks to The Paris Review, Israel Joshua Singer and More

By July 29, 2010

Everybody talks about his brother Isaac, but people forget that Israel Joshua Singer was a great writer too. Gary Shteyngart is interviewed at the Paris Review blog/Gary Shteyngart equates the Paris Review with being “pretentious” in said interview. The dream … Read More

Gary Shteyngart Buys a Baller Ass House

By July 26, 2010

In what we assume will be our final Gary Shteyngart posting of the month, the Super Sad True Love Story author is banking on a big winner with his latest book, and has bought a New York apartment for $1.175 … Read More

Monday Jewce: Shimon Peres Speaks, Mad Men Creator Discusses Premier, Pacino’s Shylock, and More

By July 26, 2010

Tablet Mag talks to Israeli President Shimon Peres. Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner, talks about last nights premiere.  There are supposedly two types of Shylock: the misunderstood antihero, and the original bad Jewish stereotype.  Which one does Al Pacino play? … Read More

The Sunday Mazel: A Couple of Nice Jewish Kids in The Bronx

By July 25, 2010

Sometimes we hear about weddings that we’re jealous we can’t attend, and other times we write about massive celebrations. This week the Sunday Mazel goes out to Jordan Cuttler Katz and David Bahar.  The couple are tying the knot at the … Read More

Adam Lustick: Living the Dream on ESPN

By July 22, 2010

When we put Adam Lustick on The Big Jewcy, he forgot to mention the fact that he had scored the dream job of just about every person in America who likes sports: a show on ESPN. We’re all really excited … Read More

Rabbi Shmuley Snubbed by the Sisterhood 50

By July 22, 2010

In what we can only see as a clear stand against "America’s Rabbi," The Sisterhood blog has failed to include Rabbi Shmuley Boteach in its list of the fifty most influential female rabbis in America.  While the rabbi and author … Read More