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Cooking with the Anarchist Kosher Cookbook

By On May 22, 2018

Maxwell Bauman's irreverent humor caters to Jews who appreciate irreverent weirdness.… Read More

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The Book “You Sparkle Inside” Comforted My Grieving Daughter

By On December 21, 2017

Rachel Kann's new children's book reminds us all to remember that we sparkle inside.… Read More

Culture

Finding Your Inner Hot Jew

By On December 19, 2017

Toward a Hot Jew takes the reader on a beautifully illustrated ride through Jewish culture, Israeliness, identity theory, identity politics, Israeli politics, political theory and so much more. … Read More

Review

The Art Exhibition That’s Making The Invisible Jews Visible

By On November 15, 2017

Submissions are now open.… Read More

Review

Radiant Others: A Podcast And An Album

By On September 24, 2017

Dan Blacksberg kindly provides us food for thought and a soundtrack to take us into the new year.… Read More

Long Read

Approaching Time As A Flat Circle

By On August 24, 2017

A discussion with the creator of the Misaviv Hebrew Circle Calendar.… Read More

Review

An Interview With Avi Nesher, Acclaimed Director Of Past Life

By On June 29, 2017

Israeli director, Avi Nesher, talks about how the trauma of the Holocaust is still impacting Israeli life and why he chose to make a movie about it.… Read More

Review

Cookin’ With Chillent

By On June 26, 2017

Chillent sounds like they can be the coolest chassidishe wedding band in the land or open a jamband festival featuring the likes of Phish, Gov’t Mule, and Blues Traveler. … Read More

Music

New Music: Simple Man

By On April 4, 2017

"We call ourselves genre-confused."… Read More

Review

Book Review: Two Worlds Exist

By On December 8, 2016

November’s poems, simply put, are beautiful in their provocation. Like the best poetry, they force us to look anew, to reconsider perspective, to reshape our own vision, if only for the time… Read More

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