Larry David

Daily Jewce: Russell Crowe to Play Noah in Darren Aronofsky Film, and more

Daily Jewce: Russell Crowe to Play Noah in Darren Aronofsky Film, and more
By March 21, 2012

In the news today: Howard Stern responds to Elle Macpherson, Anthony Weiner watches Mad Men, Jon Scheyer leaves Maccabi Tel Aviv, and more Read More

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Jewish Ephemera: Larry David Calls Col. Muammar Gaddafi

Jewish Ephemera: Larry David Calls Col. Muammar Gaddafi
By July 20, 2011

Long before David would mine personal moments into comedic gold with Jerry Seinfeld, and later on Curb Your Enthusiasm, he was using Libyan leader Col. Muammar Gaddafi in his skits, nearly thirty years before the United States would wage a war that isn’t really a war according to our government. Read More

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Jews Watching Curb Your Enthusiasm: Girl Scouts, Ersatz Jews, And Buffet Fine Print

Jews Watching Curb Your Enthusiasm: Girl Scouts, Ersatz Jews, And Buffet Fine Print
By July 11, 2011

The first thing we learned on the premiere episode of season eight was before you engage in a loving relationship with another person, find out whether or not they have respect for wood! Read More

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Buddha, Jesus, Vishnu, Larry David

Buddha, Jesus, Vishnu, Larry David
By July 8, 2011

What we’re trying to say is that Larry David is a Jewish god. Read More

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Daily Jewce: Classical Music In Israel, Catch-22, Larry David Rides Again, And More

Daily Jewce: Classical Music In Israel, Catch-22, Larry David Rides Again, And More
By July 6, 2011

In the news today: how new media is influencing the ultra Orthodox world, the birthday of a classic novel, Larry David is back, and more. Read More

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The Weekly Yiderati: Larry David, HBO Shows, And People Talking About Adam Mansbach

The Weekly Yiderati: Larry David, HBO Shows, And People Talking About Adam Mansbach
By June 30, 2011

Larry David writes for The New Yorker, people keep talking about Adam Mansbach, hope for the literary HBO shows, and so much more in this week’s discussion of literary news. Read More

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