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Introducing Jewcy Horoscopes: Cancer, June 21-July 20

Introducing Jewcy Horoscopes: Cancer, June 21-July 20
By July 4, 2012

A Jewish take on Astrology—a historically Semitic field of interest—fit for the 21st century Read More

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Why I Don’t Want the Israeli Government to Consider Me a Rabbi

Why I Don’t Want the Israeli Government to Consider Me a Rabbi
By June 4, 2012

A rabbinical student suggests that instead of judging his religiosity, Israel’s government should focus on infrastructure, education, and social services Read More

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In Rural Tunisia, Answering Everyone’s First Question: ‘Are You a Zionist?’

In Rural Tunisia, Answering Everyone’s First Question: ‘Are You a Zionist?’
By June 1, 2012

A Jewish journalist travels to the rural region that sparked reform in Tunisia, and everyone he interviews asks him if he is a Zionist Read More

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Detained at the Western Wall for Praying in a Tallit, One Woman Speaks Out

Detained at the Western Wall for Praying in a Tallit, One Woman Speaks Out
By May 25, 2012

One rabbinical student’s story of being detained by police this week for wearing a tallit while praying at the Western Wall Read More

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Learning Farsi with ‘Shahs of Sunset’

Learning Farsi with ‘Shahs of Sunset’
By March 12, 2012

New reality show offers an L.A. Persian glossary, but likely nothing more substantial Read More

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Who Will Be the Next Jewish EGOT?

Who Will Be the Next Jewish EGOT?
By February 14, 2012

Scott Rudin became the 6th Jew to get an EGOT, prompting us to ask: who will be next? We handicap the competition. Read More

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The Search For TV’s Magical Jews

The Search For TV’s Magical Jews
By February 13, 2012

For some reason, Jews have yet to be formally included in the Magic Minority archetype. Read More

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Jewcy Interviews: Ben Marcus On “The Flame Alphabet”

Jewcy Interviews: Ben Marcus On “The Flame Alphabet”
By February 9, 2012

In his latest book, “The Flame Alphabet,” Ben Marcus imagines a world where the voices of children kill. We talk to him about how it’s his most conventional work to date. Read More

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