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  • COVER story | get arrested: David Cross may be Atlanta's funniest Jew. Now he's out in L.A. and we tell you the story of how he got arrested. Arrested Development that is.

  • 5 Stories to Watch in '05: From Jewish hip-hop to the culture wars, from gay marriage to Israel, we tell you what you'll be talking about around the water cooler this year.

  • The Next Great American Novelist: Roy Hoffman cut his teeth doing journalism up north, but he's since returned to his southern roots and taken to fiction. Thank you, Roy. Thank you.

  • The Best Jewish Boy Band:'ve never heard of. That's right, for all those not in the know, we bring you Blue Fringe. Think Linkin Park, not Uncle Moishy and his Mitzvah Men.

  • Of Marble, Moses, and Mr. Goodman: We encounter Norman Goodman, the Clerk of New York state's judiciary system.

  • The Exit Interview:
  • Phil Rosenthal created and executive produced Everybody Loves Raymond. That's why everybody loves Phil Rosenthal. We caught him on the occasion of Raymond's end.
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