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Say Yes to the Yom Kippur Dress

Say Yes to the Yom Kippur Dress
By October 3, 2014

One woman’s quest to balance comfort, tradition, and aesthetics for the Days of Awe. Read More

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Debut Novelist Yelena Akhtiorskaya on Misery, Writing, and Brighton Beach

Debut Novelist Yelena Akhtiorskaya on Misery, Writing, and Brighton Beach
By September 30, 2014

“Russian writers are like Russian people: there’s not a lot of bullshit.” Read More

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Artist Sara Erenthal Reflects on Her Ultra-Orthodox Upbringing, And Life Beyond

Artist Sara Erenthal Reflects on Her Ultra-Orthodox Upbringing, And Life Beyond
By September 9, 2014

She fled an arranged marriage at 17, joined the Israeli army, then backpacked through India. Her new exhibit in Brooklyn touches on her religious childhood and secular present. Read More

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Former Jewcy Editor Jason Diamond Dishes on Being a Cupcake Bouncer

Former Jewcy Editor Jason Diamond Dishes on Being a Cupcake Bouncer
By August 7, 2014

Plus, a recipe for chocolate and cinnamon babka cupcakes! Read More

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Israel Supporters Gather to Draw, Pray, Demonstrate at “Art Vigil” in NYC

Israel Supporters Gather to Draw, Pray, Demonstrate at “Art Vigil” in NYC
By August 4, 2014

Drawings created at event will be donated to bomb shelters in Israel Read More

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Spotlight On: Gabriel Kahane—Composer, Musician, Bard of Los Angeles

Spotlight On: Gabriel Kahane—Composer, Musician, Bard of Los Angeles
By July 10, 2014

On his latest album “The Ambassador,” the 33-year-old musician transcends musical genres, with L.A. as his muse. Read More

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Streaming Jewish Music on My iPhone

Streaming Jewish Music on My iPhone
By July 19, 2012

How a radio app introduced me to Jewish religious music I didn’t know I needed Read More

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