Rachel Shukert

How to Celebrate a Real Old-Fashioned Valentine’s Day in Hollywood, 1939

How to Celebrate a Real Old-Fashioned Valentine’s Day in Hollywood, 1939
By February 14, 2014

Blindfolded errand boys, booze, and little pills. Read More

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Daily Jewce: Dustin Hoffman’s ‘Tootsie’ Bra, Chicago Gets Jewish Food

Daily Jewce: Dustin Hoffman’s ‘Tootsie’ Bra, Chicago Gets Jewish Food
By January 7, 2013

In the news today: Googling Spain’s Jewish history, Rachel Shukert’s YA debut, and more Read More

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Are There Not Enough Jewish Gangsters on ‘Boardwalk Empire?’

Are There Not Enough Jewish Gangsters on ‘Boardwalk Empire?’
By October 19, 2012

They’re the Prohibition-era drama’s most unpredictable characters, after all Read More

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Daily Jewce: Female Mossad Agents Talk Flirting; Watch Mel Brooks Cursing

Daily Jewce: Female Mossad Agents Talk Flirting; Watch Mel Brooks Cursing
By September 21, 2012

In the news today: Vanessa Redgrave to play a Holocaust survivor in new Jesse Eisenberg play, Jake Gyllenhaal got tased, and more Read More

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Daily Jewce: Prince Harry’s Circumcision Debate, ‘A Christmas Story’ Sequel

Daily Jewce: Prince Harry’s Circumcision Debate, ‘A Christmas Story’ Sequel
By September 7, 2012

In the news today: B.D. Wong lives in a former Yiddish theater, Judah Friedlander’s stand-up gold, Scooter Braun’s new K-pop star, and more Read More

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Daily Jewce: The Mastermind Behind ‘Yiddish Curses for Republican Jews’

Daily Jewce: The Mastermind Behind ‘Yiddish Curses for Republican Jews’
By August 31, 2012

In the news today: Shulamith Firestone found dead, new Michael Chabon excerpt, Schmidt’s favorite New Girl episode, and more Read More

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Has the Queen of England Become a Jewish Grandmother?

Has the Queen of England Become a Jewish Grandmother?
By August 3, 2012

Her Majesty’s performance at the Olympic Opening Ceremony inspires an analysis of the “Bubbification of the Sovereign” Read More

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