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Jewcy Interviews: Jon Natchez of Yellow Ostrich

Jewcy Interviews: Jon Natchez of Yellow Ostrich
By March 6, 2012

Jon Natchez of Yellow Ostrich, whose album, Strange Land, is out today, is a talented instrumentalist and a smart, funny guy. We talk to him about the new album, his experience as a side man, and why his junior high school nickname was Woody Allen Read More

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Jewcy Interviews: Gabriel Levine of Takka Takka and Gabriel & The Hounds

Jewcy Interviews: Gabriel Levine of Takka Takka and Gabriel & The Hounds
By February 27, 2012

Gabriel Levine of Takka Takka goes the solo route. We talk with him about the transition, and also his favorite diva. Read More

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Jews Watching TV: Smash Is The New Lost

Jews Watching TV: Smash Is The New Lost
By February 21, 2012

Last night was the third and worst episode of Smash thus far. How much worse can it get? Read More

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Making Sense Of Deborah Feldman And Post-Hasidim Memoirs

Making Sense Of Deborah Feldman And Post-Hasidim Memoirs
By February 16, 2012

If you don’t know Deborah Feldman yet, you will soon. Read More

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Who Will Be the Next Jewish EGOT?

Who Will Be the Next Jewish EGOT?
By February 14, 2012

Scott Rudin became the 6th Jew to get an EGOT, prompting us to ask: who will be next? We handicap the competition. Read More

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The Search For TV’s Magical Jews

The Search For TV’s Magical Jews
By February 13, 2012

For some reason, Jews have yet to be formally included in the Magic Minority archetype. Read More

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The New Face Of Jewish Feminism

The New Face Of Jewish Feminism
By February 13, 2012

Feminist rock collective Permanent Wave gathers a powerful music scene around a core of activism. Just don’t call them riot grrrls. Read More

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Riot Boyyy

Riot Boyyy
By February 10, 2012

Author Kevin Sampsell on how the Riot Grrrl movement inspired him. Read More

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