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Bartenura Blue: The Official Kosher Wine Of Lil’ Wayne And Drake

Bartenura Blue: The Official Kosher Wine Of Lil’ Wayne And Drake
By September 15, 2011

Hip Hop has recently laid claim to another unlikely adoptee. ‘Bartenura Blue’ (as the kids are calling it these days), a long time shabbos table sweetheart, has become a favorite in the hip hop scene.
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Vegan Black Metal Chef Is Technically Kosher

Vegan Black Metal Chef Is Technically Kosher
By September 14, 2011

Vegan Black Metal Chef: His last name sounds more Star of David than Satanic pentagram. Read More

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Wild Flag Continues To Be Our Favorite New Band Of The Year

Wild Flag Continues To Be Our Favorite New Band Of The Year
By September 7, 2011

Wild Flag continues to be our favorite new band of 2011. That’s why we’re happy to show you their new video. Read More

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One Less Classic Jewish Songwriter In The World

One Less Classic Jewish Songwriter In The World
By August 23, 2011

Jerry Leiber passed away at the age of 78. We’ve lost a good one. Read More

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The “King Of Fuh” Wants To Play Jimmy Kimmel

The “King Of Fuh” Wants To Play Jimmy Kimmel
By August 3, 2011

Brute Force has been the pseudonym for New Jersey born singer/songwriter Stephen Friedland since sometime in the 60s. We think he deserves his due. Read More

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When Wilco Met Bertrand Goldberg

When Wilco Met Bertrand Goldberg
By July 27, 2011

Bertrand Goldberg left his thumbprint all over the city of Chicago, but the architect also lived one of the greatest lives of the 20th century. Read More

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Amy Winehouse: Death Of A Soul Singer

Amy Winehouse: Death Of A Soul Singer
By July 25, 2011

The 27 Club is a sad one to be a part of. Full of wasted talent, and names that will live on because of their fall from grace, rather than their immense talent. It’s a shame that Winehouse had to join it. Read More

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The Return Of Yeshiva Pop Punk

The Return Of Yeshiva Pop Punk
By July 12, 2011

There hasn’t been decent radio friendly pop-punk since around the time we were worrying about the Y2K bug, so we’re glad The Groggers sorta fill that void for us with their comical Yeshiva rock. Read More

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