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Daily Jewce: Chabad Rabbis Take a Class Photo, More on Philip Roth’s iPhone

Daily Jewce: Chabad Rabbis Take a Class Photo, More on Philip Roth’s iPhone
By November 19, 2012

In the news today: Lena + Tavi = BFF, Alison Brie’s balloon animals, and more Read More

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Daily Jewce: The Latest From Israel, Mayim Bialik’s ‘Call Me Maybe’ Flash Mob

Daily Jewce: The Latest From Israel, Mayim Bialik’s ‘Call Me Maybe’ Flash Mob
By November 16, 2012

In the news today: Philip Roth’s iPhone, Tavi Gevinson’s bitchface, and more Read More

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Philip Roth, Quitter?

Philip Roth, Quitter?
By November 9, 2012

The 78-year-old Jewish writer throws in the towel, says he’s done writing novels Read More

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Daily Jewce: Spielberg’s Dyslexia Battle, Bagel Heads Are a Real Thing

Daily Jewce: Spielberg’s Dyslexia Battle, Bagel Heads Are a Real Thing
By September 28, 2012

In the news today: Sarah Silverman discusses her latest election video, a mini ‘Seinfeld’ reunion, the ultimate Philip Roth biography, and more Read More

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Network Jews: Harry Goldenblatt from ‘Sex and the City’

Network Jews: Harry Goldenblatt from ‘Sex and the City’
By July 24, 2012

The (not so) surprising Casanova who wins the shiksa goddess’ heart Read More

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When Writers Argue (Sorta): Paul Auster Vs. Philip Roth

When Writers Argue (Sorta): Paul Auster Vs. Philip Roth
By July 11, 2011

Philip Roth thinks the novel is going extinct, but Paul Auster disagrees. Read More

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The 50 Most Essential Works Of Jewish Fiction Of The Last 100 Years

The 50 Most Essential Works Of Jewish Fiction Of The Last 100 Years
By February 9, 2011

From the Kafkaesque to “Everything is Illuminated” and a childhood favorite: the 50 works of fiction by or about Jews that you must check out. Read More

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J.D. Salinger, We Hardly Knew Ya…

J.D. Salinger, We Hardly Knew Ya…
By January 31, 2011

Taking a look at the newest biography out on J.D. Salinger, and thinking about how little we actually knew of the author. Read More

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