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The Big Jewcy: Matt Marcus – The Best Little Food Truck In Texas

The Big Jewcy: Matt Marcus – The Best Little Food Truck In Texas
By June 15, 2011

In only a short time, the gourmet food truck has built a name for itself among not only our Jewcy community in Houston, but the entire community as a whole. Read More

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The Big Jewcy: Judd Greenstein – Composer/New Amsterdam Records

The Big Jewcy: Judd Greenstein – Composer/New Amsterdam Records
By June 13, 2011

Judd Greenstein’s involvement in modern music occurs through multiple avenues: he’s a composer, one of the people behind the fine independent record label New Amsterdam Records, and a deft essayist on topics of interest to the current state of new music. Read More

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The Big Jewcy: Diana Spechler – Author

The Big Jewcy: Diana Spechler – Author
By June 13, 2011

Jewish people eat when they feel sad. Maybe this is a practice we pioneered, but in her latest novel, Skinny, author Diana Spechler gives us the character of Gray Lachmann. Read More

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The Big Jewcy: Joshie Berger – From The Hasidic World To Worst Cooks

The Big Jewcy: Joshie Berger – From The Hasidic World To Worst Cooks
By June 9, 2011

Jewish phenomenon, television star, former bad cook and a member of this year’s Big Jewcy. Read More

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The Big Jewcy: Nona Willis Aronowitz – Writing, Editing, And Carrying On The Family Tradition (Of Being Brilliant)

The Big Jewcy: Nona Willis Aronowitz – Writing, Editing, And Carrying On The Family Tradition (Of Being Brilliant)
By June 8, 2011

The daughter of a noted author and feminist has made a name for herself in a very short amount of time. Read More

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The Big Jewcy: Michael Hearst – Composer, Multi-Instrumentalist, Writer, And Producer

The Big Jewcy: Michael Hearst – Composer, Multi-Instrumentalist, Writer, And Producer
By June 6, 2011

Some people think outside of the box. Musician Michael Hearst composes as if he’s never seen a box in his life. Read More

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Neil Rosen Picks The 2011 Tony Awards

Neil Rosen Picks The 2011 Tony Awards
By May 31, 2011

The Emmy award wining entertainment critic for NY 1 gives us his thoughts on the upcoming Tony Awards. Read More

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Jewish Ephemera: Danny Kaye Vs. The Nazis In Skokie

Jewish Ephemera: Danny Kaye Vs. The Nazis In Skokie
By May 27, 2011

In 1981, Danny Kaye starred in his most Jewish role ever. Was he trying to reconnect? Read More

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