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Reviewed: “The Word Made Flesh: Literary Tattoos from Bookworms Worldwide”

Reviewed: “The Word Made Flesh: Literary Tattoos from Bookworms Worldwide”
By November 24, 2010

You might be a good Jew who doesn’t want tattoos, but you can still admire this book of skin art inspired by literature. Read More

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The Double Down Latke Sandwich Vs. “The Hanukkah Meat Sandwich”

The Double Down Latke Sandwich Vs. “The Hanukkah Meat Sandwich”
By November 19, 2010

With Hanukkah on it’s way, we share the ultimate cholesterol raising latke recipe. Read More

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The Future Of Publishing Is Totally Okay: An Interview With Richard Nash

The Future Of Publishing Is Totally Okay: An Interview With Richard Nash
By November 18, 2010

While everybody is talking about the “death of print” and “the death of publishing,” Richard Nash is coming up with visionary ideas to save the industry. Read More

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Jews Watching TV: Mid-Season TV Round Up Best and Worst

Jews Watching TV: Mid-Season TV Round Up Best and Worst
By November 16, 2010

Since the Fall television season has been pretty unpredictable, we figure what better way to start it off than give you our Fall Mid-Season roundup? Jon Re Read More

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Reviewed: Anne Frank: The Anne Frank House Authorized Graphic Biography

Reviewed: <i>Anne Frank: The Anne Frank House Authorized Graphic Biography</i>
By November 9, 2010

Anne Frank’s mark in expanding the Holocaust experience to outsiders has been taken a step further this fall in the release of a new publication. Read More

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The Pleasure Principle: Freudian Sex Advice with Bambi: Big Booty Hos and Cocktails

The Pleasure Principle: Freudian Sex Advice with Bambi: Big Booty Hos and Cocktails
By November 5, 2010

This week Bambi talks Big butts, pineapple juice and other ways to make yourself taste better Read More

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Jewcy Reviews: Cut Throat Dog By Joshua Sobol

Jewcy Reviews: <i>Cut Throat Dog</I> By Joshua Sobol
By November 2, 2010

Published by Melville House, 2010 The very best crime novels sometimes ask the reader to make a lot of unreasonable compromises until the very second when all is finally revealed. A good mystery keeps you in the dark; keeps you … Read More

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Thoughts On Mapping The Network Of Jewish Websites

Thoughts On Mapping The Network Of Jewish Websites
By October 29, 2010

This piece appears in response to an article by Professor Ari Kelman, which can be read here. First, I should say that I agree with nearly everything Ari has to say, but I think we need to zoom out. To … Read More

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