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FFJD: Wait, Who Are You On JDate Again?

FFJD: Wait, Who Are You On JDate Again?
By December 23, 2010

You’re probably talking to a lot of people on JDate. How do you remember who’s who? Read More

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Favorite Twitter Folk Of 2010

Favorite Twitter Folk Of 2010
By December 16, 2010

A bunch of Twitter accounts that we really liked in 2010. Read More

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Jewcy’s Favorite Parent Blogger Of 2010: Mayim Bialik

Jewcy’s Favorite Parent Blogger Of 2010: Mayim Bialik
By December 14, 2010

For all those wondering what Mayim Bialik is doing no, look no further than Kveller.com, where Bialik is regular contributor to the popular Jewish parenting blog. Read More

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Jews Don’t Write Depressing Christmas Songs

Jews Don’t Write Depressing Christmas Songs
By December 13, 2010

Even though we can’t figure out how to write a good Hanukkah song, Jews wrote and produced most of the Christmas songs that aren’t sad, and are actually really catchy. Read More

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The Ira Glass Infatuation Post/This American Life Review: Last Man Standing

The Ira Glass Infatuation Post/This American Life Review: Last Man Standing
By December 8, 2010

Ira Glass will always be the last man standing in our opinion. Read More

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The White House Meets Moishe House

The White House Meets Moishe House
By December 7, 2010

The founder of Moishe House pays a visit to the guy who lives in the White House. Read More

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Paul Auster Meets Gilmore Girls In This Review Of “Sunset Park”

Paul Auster Meets Gilmore Girls In This Review Of “Sunset Park”
By December 2, 2010

Reviewer attempts to discuss new book by her favorite author, ends up talking about Gilmore Girls. Read More

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Howard Jacobson And The Last Of The Great Hanukkah Pieces

Howard Jacobson And The Last Of The Great Hanukkah Pieces
By December 1, 2010

Now that we’ve added the British perspective, where do we have to go from here? Is there any more good Hanukkah material out there, or has the oil run out? Read More

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