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The Jewish Surnames of The New York Times’ Wedding Section

The Jewish Surnames of The New York Times’ Wedding Section
By September 4, 2013

A Rap Genius programmer finds that Cohens remain prevalent in marriage announcements Read More

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The New York Times Doesn’t Know How to Spell Bruce Springsteen’s Name

The New York Times Doesn’t Know How to Spell Bruce Springsteen’s Name
By November 8, 2012

The Gray Lady adds a Semitic flair to the Boss’ surname Read More

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Daily Jewce: Rashida Jones’ German Lesson, Seinfeld’s Letter to the NYT

Daily Jewce: Rashida Jones’ German Lesson, Seinfeld’s Letter to the NYT
By October 3, 2012

In the news today: Barbra on Brooklyn, ‘Jewish Jocks’ is highbrow brilliant, life as a Jew in China, and more Read More

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Five highlights from the New York Times interview with Joan Rivers

Five highlights from the New York Times interview with Joan Rivers
By July 23, 2012

The Jewish comedian talks books, booze, and Tolstoy with the Times Read More

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Caffeinating While Kosher: Introducing the Starbucks Trayf-o-Meter

Caffeinating While Kosher: Introducing the Starbucks Trayf-o-Meter
By July 9, 2012

Because one man’s trayf is another man’s Tazo Green Tea Creme Frappuccino Read More

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The Sunday Mazel: Couples Who Would Make Great Law Firms

The Sunday Mazel: Couples Who Would Make Great Law Firms
By December 12, 2010

Another couple tie the knot, and you may think they’re lawyers. 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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Harold Bloom FAIL

Harold Bloom FAIL
By May 10, 2010

This post originally appeared over at Litkicks.com.  We liked it so much, we asked the author, Levi Asher, to post it up over at Jewcy. This is going to be one of the hardest blog posts I’ve ever written. Not … Read More

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