Archive for May, 2006
Call for entries from the Palm Beach Jewish Film Festival! For all you will be Jewish film makers you can submit your work to a juried film festival and earn big bucks to buy more film, or pay tuition! $1000 can go a long way!
For more information and submission guidelines, More >
On this Memorial Day we remember all those who gave, and are giving up, personal freedoms and safety for the freedoms and safety of others.
Additionally, as Jews we are reminded that we benefit from a strong and just government. To this end, we vote, pay taxes, run for elected More >
So, since both Johnny Cash and Ray Charles each have biopics, I guess it’s about time for one of the greatest songwriters in the history of rock to have his own too.
Mr. Robert Zimmerman, or Bob Dylan to those unaware of his real name, will get his own biopic More >
The mysterious coffee-cola fusion has finally arrived.
In its advertising debut at 7th and Figueroa in Downtown Los Angeles (much to the surprise of lunching worker bees trying to pick up pizzas at CPK), Coca-Cola Blak is finally available and ready for the tasting, before Pepsi’s version could show up and More >
Rabbi Yonah leading a Shavuot study program. RSVP: rabbiyonah _at_gmail
This amazing recording was made as the Israeli army took back Jerusalem from the Jordanian Army. Jews had not been allowed to their most sacred Holy Sites by the Jordanians from 1948 until this day in 1968. Listen to the fighting and read the entire transcript.
What you are now about More >
Keeping the pressure on UC Irvine is a new activist site called UC Intifada. Here you can see photos and articles about UC Irvine’s radical muslims and suggestions for student activists. The site features contact information to key politicians, media and funders, letters that can adapted and sent, and more. More >
It took a few months but was worth the wait. Sasha Perry, of Champan U. has created a five minute promotional film for Jewlicious@TheBeach called “Jewlicious Works.” Featuring sights and sounds of the weekend festival, as well as interviews with participants, its like being Jewlicious all over again.
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