As the Jewish year 5770 came to a close, it’s time to take a look back at the year that was. Next up, these are the top ten records that rocked, or folked, or danced, our world.
As the Jewish year 5770 draws to a close, it's time to take a look back at the year in comics.
A debate even Rambam would shy away from...
Before the whole word was obsessed with Drake, there was another Jewish rapper catching our attention. No, I’m not talking about 50 Shekel (what ever happened to that guy?). I speak of the incredibly likable Asher Roth, former elementary school teacher and recipient of the coveted Heeb 100 bump (easily responsible for 78% of his...
This whole tax business might prove once and for all that Jews aren’t actually cheap and lazy.
Champagne and qualudes not included.
Sometimes we get pitches so stellar, we can’t not fuck with them.
Please provide our esteemed Music Editor with the opportunity to quit his day job.
Sloane Crosley spent more than six years as a publicist for a major book publisher, baby-sitting authors during press tours and sending advance copies to cranky critics across the land. But this spring, Crosley hopped the fence with the witty I Was Told There’d Be Cake. The title fast became a New York Times bestseller...
The Pixies are the latest of a string of musical acts to cancel performances in Israel. Heeb music editor Arye Dworken chimes in.