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Our archives are filled with interesting stories you might have missed. Scratch that. We're sure you read us cover to cover, so it's not that you missed these gems. It's that you can't help reading them again. That's it.

Alright, go ahead. We won't stop you. Feel free to read all you want. And if you'd rather pick up the hard copy you might have missplaced, feel free to contact subscribe@ajlmagazine.com for information about back issues.

* Please note that issues prior to 2005 are not archived online.
The Features:
  • The Fall TV Preview: Another year, another fall season, with a couple dozen new TV series vying for your -- or your TiVo's -- attention. To help you decide what to watch, we checked in with Jewish stars of new and returning shows and a few behind-the-scenes movers and shakers.

  • The Mini-Hot List: Featuring seven hot things, people, and ideas like the Jewish MySpace, the hot vending machine, and the next big thing, Seth Rogen.

  • Eight Questions With Jerry Seinfeld: This November, Jerry is making his big screen debut in a very little role -- that of an inquisitive bee. We sat down to quiz the comedic maestro on his newest, and next, projects.


  • Kibbitz:
  • COVERGIRL | DJ Stacy Stylez: The self-taught master of the turntables hails from New Jersey, and we couldn't resist making her our latest Kibbitz Cover Girl.


  • THE JEWISH PAPARAZZI | Gossip Roundup: Greg Grunberg is disappearing, and it's no superpower. Jason Isaacs is the busiest Jewish actor, and meet Brad Garrett, the Candy Man.


  • ANSWER MAVEN | The Halloween Edition: Questions abound for our expert in everything. In this edition: Halloween costumes, Yom Kippur fasting, and anniversary bliss.


  • THE HERETIC OF THE MONTH | Anan Ben-David: He founded the Karaites and tried to wrestle control of halakah away from the rabbis. They were not amused.


  • CULINARY CORNER | No Reservations: Cooking for celebs in Hollywood has given Chef Samantha Garelick a novel idea: Make kosher cuisine just as classy as the food at the best non-kosher restaurants.


  • MUSICAL NOTES | Sharon Bernstein & Others: Sharon Bernstein is not your grandparents cantor. For one thing, she's a she. Plus the Beastie Boys, Balkan Beat Box, and Mr. Brody release CDs.


  • THE BOOKSHELF | The Ten: David Klinghoffer thinks the world is going to hell in a handbasket. But with a little help from a couple stone tablets, we have the power to turn things around.


  • THE ESSAYIST | Bringing Home the Bacon: Kara Newman is cheating on her husband, but it's not what you think. There is no other man, just the backside of a pig. And maybe a little shrimp.


  • 613 WORDS | 13 Again, With 600 Words to Go: AJ Jacobs has 613 words to write about anything, and yet he kept coming back to his 13-year-old right of passage.


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