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The Juice on Jewcy: Punk Pesach With Ice Cream

Applying that 10 plagues-themed makeup? Our sister site has just the playlist for you.

by
Gabriela Geselowitz
April 13, 2017
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NOFX performs at the Roskilde Festival near Copenhagen, July 2, 2010.Nanna Kreutzmann/AFP/Getty Images

Is it Shavuot yet? Nope, not even close. It’s still Passover, and over at Jewcy we’re craving anything but Seder leftovers. Luckily, we have the scoop on an ice cream recipe that will cleanse your palate—plus, it’s dairy-free.

But even though our stomachs are through with Passover, our hearts are not. Like any other respectable pop culture publication, we love lists, and we’re currently enjoying two of them. The first is a playlist made up of with one punk song for every day of Passover. It’s brought to you by Michael Croland, the man who literally wrote the book on the history of Jews and the punk scene. (In December he made us a Hanukkah punk playlist that’s also excellent). The second listicle (not that I would ever use a word like that in an official capacity) is a creepy/cool artistic project that’s a photo gallery of 10 makeup designs based on each of the plagues.

And check the site on Friday for more Pesach-friendly treats for the remainder of the holiday. As we will never let Drake live down, the Degrassi theme song tells us: “Whatever it takes / I know I can make it through.” (Here, have this mash-up.)

Chag Sameach, kinderlach.

Gabriela Geselowitz is a writer and the former editor of Jewcy.com.

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