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  • COVER story | the jewish radio mafia: Turn your radio dial all you want. Odds are you're not going to escape a Jewish voice on the other end of the airwaves. From your mornings to your nights, from classical radio to drive-time schtick, the Jewish Radio Mafia rules the broadcast booth.

  • How the World Became Flat: You thought we'd settled this debate a long time ago, but nobody told Thomas Friedman. His new book says the world is flat after all, and we're interested enough to print an exclusive excerpt.

  • Stella: Call them the saviors of Comedy Central. Call them the oddest comedy group around. Call them whatever you want, but when you tune in to their show, you can just call them Stella.

  • Finding Lefty: Forget The Sopranos. In the 1970s, Frank "Lefty" Rosenthal cornered the market on mean mob bosses. Then his car blew up and he fled Vegas. We tried to track him down.

  • STLE - BAND AID: We've all seen those bright yellow Lance Armstrong bracelets. They've been fashion de rigeur for what seems like ages. But like all good fads, they've branched out. Have you seen their Jewish equivalents?

  • ESSAY - Rebooting the iPod Generation: Reboot, a group of young Jewish thinkers and activists, surveyed Generation Y and helped us better understand the way young people see religion. But what if the findings bode ill for the Jewish future?

  • ROGUE FILMMAKERS: Who knew quadriplegic rugby players could even, well, play rugby. Thanks to two intrepid filmmakers, you can find out all about their sporting antics. Murderball is the first film from the dynamic duo of H. A. Rubin and D. A. Shapiro.

  • Wrestling with God: Greg Herman used to be Demon Hellstorm, pro wrestler extraordinaire. Now he's an auto mechanic, and between one life and the other, he found god, got married and had a few kids.
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