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Jewcy’s Top 10 Non-Fiction Books Of 2010

Jewcy’s Top 10 Non-Fiction Books Of 2010
By December 28, 2010

This year’s crop of non-fiction books gave us a chance to really spread out and move from drunken adventures across Europe on justification as to why we didn’t continue our studies in Russian literature on an academic level. Read More

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Jewcy Top 10 Fiction Books Of 2010

Jewcy Top 10 Fiction Books Of 2010
By December 21, 2010

We admit that 2010 was Jonathan Franzen’s year, but there were a bunch of books we liked a whole lot more. Read More

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Jewcy Interviews: Peter Beinart

Jewcy Interviews: Peter Beinart
By December 16, 2010

“The Icarus Syndrome” author talks to Jewcy about the Zionist movement in the United States, and whether Eric Clapton has the power to forge peace on the Korean peninsula. Read More

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The Top Ten Jews On Television

The Top Ten Jews On Television
By December 13, 2010

Maybe we’re helping push along the myth that Jews control media by listing our ten favorite Jews on the small screen, but in this case we’re willing to take that chance. Read More

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Saul Bellow, I.J. Singer and Bruno Schulz: Revisited

Saul Bellow, I.J. Singer and Bruno Schulz: Revisited
By December 7, 2010

Three Jewish authors see their works re-released or reassessed in 2010. Read More

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Ten Songs We Wish Were For Hanukkah

Ten Songs We Wish Were For Hanukkah
By December 2, 2010

Billy Joel, Danzig, 80s new wave anthems, and other songs we really want to attach to the Festival of Lights. Read More

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From The Pixies To The Golem: Black Francis Likes Jewish Stories

From The Pixies To The Golem: Black Francis Likes Jewish Stories
By November 29, 2010

We’ve always wanted to interview Black Francis of the Pixies. His score for “The Golem,” was our excuse. Read More

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Making With The Funny: Eugene Mirman Hates Communists, But Loves Bowling

Making With The Funny: Eugene Mirman Hates Communists, But Loves Bowling
By November 22, 2010

We put Eugene Mirman to the test on a litany of topics including malt liquor, communism, and a little event called Festival of Strikes, which he happens to be hosting on November 30th at Brooklyn Bowl. Read More

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