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The Jewcy Guide to Getting Amped for Shavuot

By May 18, 2010

Are you getting yourself prepared for that yearly all-night Torah study sesh, but forget how to cram like you did back in your college days?  We’ve got you covered: 1. Screw the cheesecake, it weighs you down.  Instead, consider drinking … Read More

The Sunday Jewce: Bloomberg Hearts Lebron, Haredi Daycare, Aqua Teen Hunger Force Tour, Heavy Metal Republicans, and More

By May 16, 2010

L Magazine stole our idea for a title about Bloomberg and Lebron: "Bloomie and The King, Part One: Tiny Jewish Man Woos Very Large Black Man." Did Newt Gingrich get the memo that all opinions on Elena Kagan should be … Read More

The Canadian Bagel Invasion Continues

By May 14, 2010

Was John Candy’s final film, 1995′s Canadian Bacon, a prophecy of things to come?  Are our neighbors to the north attempting to infiltrate the United States in a way so devious, yet so delicious, that even Glenn Beck himself would … Read More

Is There a Bracha for When You see a Hasid With a Harmonica?

By May 11, 2010

Because 2 minutes into the "I’m a Jew" video, you see one.

The Soft-Core Embroideries of Rebecca Levi

By May 11, 2010

Rebecca Levi has spent a decade creating needle-point art from found photos, pin-ups, and male "physique" magazines.  The results are both striking and subtle.  We liked what we saw this past March at her pop up gallery in Brooklyn, we … Read More

Neil Gaiman is Worth Every Penny

By May 11, 2010

Do you have $45,000 dollars?  Do you want Neil Gaiman to appear at your wedding, Bar Mitzvah, bachelor party, or comic book club meeting?  Or do you think you have better things you could be spending your cash on?  According … Read More

Tweeting Elena Kagan

By May 10, 2010

Since it was reported less than 24 hours ago that President Obama would be announcing Elena Kagan as his nomination for Supreme Court justice, the Twitterverse has been blowing up with a new nugget of Twitter gold being mined every … Read More

Noam Chomsky Just Chillin’ and Illin’ is Our Monday Happy Spot

By May 10, 2010

How many times a year do you think to yourself, "I really wish that Onion article was true"?  "I just want to lie in a hammock and have a nice relaxing morning," said the outspoken anarcho-syndicalist academic, who first came … Read More