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How the Shin Megami Tensei games make appropriating Jewish culture fun.
New klezmer group Tsibele reminds us that we’ve been here before.
The weekly art of Starr Weems.
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Today on Jewcy: This monster has bunny ears.
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Today on Jewcy: Lose an afternoon looking through hundreds of thousands of artifacts.
Today on Jewcy: Another chance at ‘The Hebrew Hammer vs. Hitler’
Today on Jewcy: Another side to the upcoming queer romance film.
Today on Jewcy: Get some feminist imagery into your sukkah!
How the Great Emancipator inspired the high holiday season’s trendiest tune
Somewhere between a one-woman multimedia play and a live documentary, ‘Say Something Bunny!’ takes audiences on an intimate journey of Jewish life on Long Island
‘Disobedience,’ based on the 2006 novel, is the off-the-derech gay romance you’ve been waiting for
Which Jewish musicians have gotten famous lately?
He wasn’t as well-known as Stan Lee, but a very influential, and very Jewish, founding father of American comics
‘Rags’ closed in 1986 after just four performances. But it’s coming to Connecticut’s Goodspeed Opera House.
The celebrated cartoonist hid his greatest Jewish reference in plain sight
Wain, who topped Ella Fitzgerald in 1939, passed away earlier this month at 100
The comedian has hit Tel Aviv and Jerusalem by way of El-Al, and the results are predictably endearing, if entirely ordinary
String Cheese Incident drummer Michael Travis wants you to know that some of his best friends are Jews—and also about the Rothschilds and the Zionist cartel and the “Jewish banking agenda.”
The more things changed since 1970, the more they stayed the same
Faygo, started by Jewish immigrants, helped fuel the Juggalos’ anti-Fascist march on DC
The final in a series of reflections about growing up in a rabbinic home
An art form created by Jews opens a new chapter in diversity and representation of minorities
With so many angry aging Jewish men in one place, the new Noah Baumbach movie may as well be a morning minyan at an Upper West Side shul