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All posts tagged "dcjcc"

  • Campus Politics

    Professors are supposed to be smart. That's why they're professors. Certainly, Joy Ladin is no dummy. The literature professor waited until she'd secured tenure before...

  • Review: Kinsey Sicks in ''Electile Dysfunction''

      {Kinsey Sicks (Photo by Erez Ben Or)} Have you tired of the Republican presidential circus? If not, then here's to the Santorum surge --...

  • Riffing on Republicans

    How could anyone be funnier than Michele Bachmann or Herman Cain? ''I kid you not,'' says Ben Schatz of the Kinsey Sicks, ''there were jokes...

  • Benign Fun

    Cancer may not be the funniest thing in the world. It's probably not even in your Top 10. But when cancer happens to a funny...

  • Courting Controversy

    Gino Tassara has learned the hard way: A gay play can be a tough sell. ''I was thinking it would be very easy to produce...

  • Jewish Angst

    ''For me, music has always been about the opposite of parents,'' says singer-songwriter Dan Fishback. ''I listened to music as a teenager to escape...

  • Masks and Mischief at GLOE’s Purim Party

    The DC JCC's Kurlander Program for Gay & Lesbian Outreach and Engagement — aka GLOE — presents its fourth annual Masquerade and Mischief Purim Party,...

  • Solid Goldman

    Julie Goldman got turned on to standup comedy by one of her teachers at temple. ''Oh my god,'' she recalls thinking, ''I can write my...

  • Now at the Ann Loeb Bronfman Gallery

    “Memory of a time I did not know"¦” features works on paper by Miriam Morsel Nathan, Silver Spring resident and former director of the Washington...

  • Jewish Soupçon

    ''I think if one were to ask Andy Warhol about the impact he's had on Josh Kornbluth in finding his Jewish identity, he would be...

  • Remembering Tel Aviv

    In the wake of a brutal attack on an Israeli GLBT community center, local GLBT and Jewish community members will be holding a vigil tonight,...

  • Russian Jewry

    Oy vey! The Yiddish construction is fun to use and say in English, even though it expresses dismay or exasperation. Yet, just the sound of...

  • Make Me a Match

    Find something cute to wear. Pick a place to go. Make sure your teeth are clean and you smell wonderful. Get a haircut. When you...

  • Village People

    There were barely enough chairs to go around Sunday, Nov. 23, as about 25 people -- possibly a capacity crowd for the D.C. Jewish Community...

  • Much Ado About Nothing

    Sandra Bernhard Twenty years ago when Sandra Bernhard debuted her one-woman show, Without You I'm Nothing, it was the start of a long-lived and highly...