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Messianic Jews Go Goo Goo For Lady Gaga

Messianic Jews Go Goo Goo For Lady Gaga
By August 1, 2011

Seriously Jews for Jesus, whoever you have coming up with these ideas should be fired. Most of the Jewish world thinks you’re all nuts, so at least be original about it. Read More

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Jews Watching Curb Your Enthusiasm: Eating Where You, Eh…

Jews Watching Curb Your Enthusiasm: Eating Where You, Eh…
By August 1, 2011

Larry takes on guys named “Dog,” stupid computer speak, and eating where he, eh, shouldn’t eat… 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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Oy Mamachka: Russian Dolls To Premier On Lifetime

Oy Mamachka: Russian Dolls To Premier On Lifetime
By July 25, 2011

Get excited for the real guidos of Brighton Beach. Read More

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These Dudes Really Love Smoking Fish

These Dudes Really Love Smoking Fish
By July 22, 2011

Smoked chubs have been a staple of the Jewish diet for decades, and now, thanks to FoodCurated.com, I know how they’re made. Read More

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Shul Hopping #2: Lost In The Woods

Shul Hopping #2: Lost In The Woods
By July 20, 2011

If you want to remove technology from your life for Shabbat, what better place than the woods? Read More

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The Weekly Yiderati: Jewish Immigrant Novels, Emily Gould’s E-books, Secret Bookstores, And More

The Weekly Yiderati: Jewish Immigrant Novels, Emily Gould’s E-books, Secret Bookstores, And More
By July 14, 2011

Tons of book nerd stuff this week from Emily Gould selling e-books in beta mode, Jewish immigrant novels getting their due, and much more. Read More

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When Writers Argue (Sorta): Paul Auster Vs. Philip Roth

When Writers Argue (Sorta): Paul Auster Vs. Philip Roth
By July 11, 2011

Philip Roth thinks the novel is going extinct, but Paul Auster disagrees. Read More

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