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Unholy Alliance

Remember the good old days when we wouldn‘t touch right-wing Plutocrats and Christian Fundamentalists with a 10-foot pole? Well, times have changed, and Esther Kaplan asks what to make of our new best buddy, George W.
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Exodus

_(excerpted from original article)_ *_Enter an East Village cafe, a West Village jazz club, a Lower East side bar. Don't be surprised to hear Hebrew in the air. Welcome to New York's Israeli invasion._* !ht...
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Staging Change

_(excerpted from original article)_ Kushner's combination of exacting political analysis and broad artistic vision first earned him wide acclaim in 1993 and 1994 with his play _Angels In America_. That massive...
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Torah for Pyros

Say what you will about Perry Farrell—the drug use, the flakiness—but it's hard to deny his place on many a high school soundtrack. Jane's Addiction was the music to which we drove around town aimlessly with ou...
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Jewess

We are sorry to inform you that blonde dye jobs, anorexia and waxing have been asked to leave the premises. Sara Press captures the sexy jewess in all her glory.
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Shticky Situation

They say that all humor essentially comes from the ghetto, the scrap heap, the margins. So now that we‘ve arrived at the center, are we still funny? Joshua Neuman investigates.

In the Beginning

Photographed by: Jennifer Bleyerby Jenn Welcome to the third issue of Heeb. In the year since we've launched, many readers have written to tell us how cool we are. Others have slapped us for "trying to be c...
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Rock the Boat

About growing up red diaper, her aversion to protests and why it's important to question Israel.