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| The Features: |
WOMEN WHO ROCK: Our first ever issue dedicated specially to the female members of the the tribe who make us swoon and swing.
+ OPENING ESSAY: AJL Music Editor Mordechai Shinefield explains why we decided to highlight the best of the best.
+ Sophie Milman / The Jazz Singer: The Russian-Israeli-Canadian Sophie Milman has her eyes set on taking over America. Don't say we didn't warn you.
+ MARISSA NADLER / I AM NOT JOAN BAEZ: Marissa Nadler may not be the folk legend, but she is fast becoming a legend in her own right.
+ REGINA SPEKTOR / FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE: Regina Spektor's music is so original sounding, music theorists are contemplating creating a new genre just for her.
+ NESHAMA CARLEBACH / SOUL SISTER: Neshama Carlebach -- the daughter of the late Shlomo Carlebach -- is continuing her father's legacy and following in his footsteps into the unlikeliest of places.
+ FIVE MORE WOMEN WHO ROCK: Just because we couldn't profile everybody, here are five more to add to your favorite playlist.
TIDBITS | BACK TO BLACK: Jack Black is going to have one busy year in 2008.
TIDBITS | The 30 Second Sermon: Rabbi Ezra Cohen tackles Purim in his latest hyper-quick sermon.
THE JEWISH PAPARAZZI | Long lost friend: David Schwimmer returns to the limelight with his directorial debut, a romantic comedy about ... a fat guy?
ANSWER MAVEN | The Purim Edition: Why Jesus lovers also love Esther, proper celeb etiquette, and basic postal tips.
CULINARY CORNER | Conscious Carving: A new movement is hoping to make kosher slaughterhouses live up to ethical standards. But not everyone is drunk with a carnivore's delight.
THE VIDEO BOX | 'Lost" and Found: As the hit series returns to TV, the brains behind the show pontificates on crazy plot points and his Jewish upbringing.
THE BOOKSHELF | High on God, and High on Drugs: In her new memoir, Reva Mann tackles her tough childhood as the rabbi's daughter and how it led her down the path to drugs and promiscuity.
THE BOOKSHELF | Goldberg of the Month: We interview Gary David Goldberg, the creator of Family Ties, about his new memoir.
613 WORDS | SEX AND THE SKULLCAP: Who knew a little piece of fabric could say so much?