In the Press

Reutersgate strikes other news outlets
By Sheera Claire Frenkel
The Jerusalem Post
August 11, 2006
christian science moniror War breaks online ties between Israelis and Lebanese
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The Christian Science Monitor
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A tangled web
By Ruth Eglash
The Jerusalem Post
August 8, 2006
wall street journal On Blogs, YouTube and Flickr, Glimpses of Life in War Zone
Compiled by Matt Phillips
July 20, 2006
Exploring the New Jewish Spiritualities
By Jay Michaelson
Forward
May 12, 2006
From Internet pals to real friends, blogs remaking Jewish community
By Sue Fishkoff
JTA
May 8, 2006
Jewlicious: Cool Jewish blog
Gal Mor
Ynet
May 2, 2006
Cruising The Cybershtetl
By Richard Greenberg and Menachem Wecker
B’nai B’rith International
Spring 2006
Terrorist Chic’ and Beyond
Daniel Hernandez
Los Angeles Times
April 9, 2006
“Kinda Like the Jewish People, Only Bloggier!”–Jewlicious Invades the Blogosphere
by Andrew Ratner
New Voices Magazine
April 2006
At Shabbaton, young Jews confirm findings about choice and
diversity

By Sue Fishkoff
JTA
March 31, 2006
Many studies, but one goal: How to reach today’s young Jews?
By Sue Fishkoff
JTA
March 31, 2006
Taylor-Made PR for Nigeria
By Michael Weiss
Slate
March 29, 2006
Will u b my concubine?
Jewsweek
March 28, 2006
Say it loud, I’m Jewish and proud: Study finds identity, but less affiliation
By Sue Fishkoff
JTA
March 26, 2006
Jews in cyberspace: Staying connected through blogs…and vlogs
By Judie Jacobson
Jewish Ledger
March 23, 2006
A beginner’s guide to Jewish blogging
By Judie Jacobson
The Jewish Ledger
March 23, 2006
Jewlicious Conspiracy
by Reina V. Slutske
Jewish Journal of Los Angeles
March 10, 2006
Spreading a ‘Neo’-Zionist message
By Ruben Brosbe
Jerusalem Post
Feb. 12, 2006
A Blog World After All
by Rachel Silverman
Jewish Journal of Los Angeles
January 27, 2006
Sermonizing mingles with sex talk as Jewish surfers pick up blogging
By Rachel Silverman
JTA
January 18, 2006
Pop Goes the Hipster Bubble
Gabrielle Birkner – Staff Writer
The Jewish Week
December 30, 2005
Gawker Frums Out
Jewish Week
December 23, 2005
Do They Know It’s Hanukkah At All?
Gawker
December 29, 2005
Krucoff Is a Man
Gawker
December 15, 2005
The Bar Scene
By Tamara Ikenberg
Courier-Journal (Louisville, KY)
December 15, 2005
Is This the Little Krucoff We Carried? Is This the Little Krucoff at Play?
Gawker
December 13, 2005
Blogorrhea NYC: The Undead Presidents
Gawker
December 9, 2005
Krucoff Is Alive and Well and Loving Eretz Yisrael: The Photo Edition
Gawker
December 2, 2005
The Jewish corner of the blogosphere
Alli Magidsohn
Jewsweek
November 24, 2005
Pitfalls Avoided, the Clintons End Their Visit to Israel
Michael Cooper
New York Times
November 15, 2005
People of the Blog
by Sarah Bronson
World Jewish Digest
July 1, 2005
How Blogging Changed My Life
by Esther D. Kustanowitz
World Jewish Digest
July 1, 2005
haaretz Birthright brings the Jewlicious crew on special trip
By Charlotte Halle
Haaretz
May 29, 2005
Birthright Blog
by Esther D. Kustanowitz
The Jewish Week
February 25, 2005

4 Comments

  • are you aware that there was huge piece on you in Haaretz last summer? it was on the Jewlicious trip with Taglit – great piece, picture and all.

  • Rabbi Rubinger was with oour congregation in Memmphis for three yeraas. It happens that he lost his first wife very tragically. As for the rest of this, I doubt he had a physical relationship with this woman prior to his separation from what I know of him. But we all know about the appearance of impropriety. We also are very quick to judge. Mrs. Rubinger’s eating shrimp is not the issue. It is her commitment to what she and her husband agreed upon together to abide by in their marriage. It is obvious she was not happy. On the other hand, he could have been more honest with his wife and his congregation. People get divorced and fall in love all the time. Honesty is the thing!

  • Having recently heard some talk………I decided to check out this site. Just read the comment from Harriet, and wanted to add to this….yes, there was a physical relationship between Rabbi Rubinger and Sister Seraphima. Obviously, you don’t know all there is to Rabbi Rubinger and his previous relationships, including ones during his first marriage. The relationship you know about was his second marriage, and not before that had some quirks, as well. While seeing the good sister, he was married to his third wife, and I might add, happily married.Shrimp was never an issue, but the topic did create a diversion from the real issue, which was adultry. Believe it or not, Rabbi Rubinger’s third wife was quite content, and totally unaware of any romantic connections-after all, the good sister, was a Christian Orthodox nun, so why would she suspect, her loving Rabbinical husband of cheating? Honesty isn’t just the thing, it is what a good marriage is based on, and that Harriet, was one of the many things lacking between the Rabbi, his congregation and his wife. Shame on him, shame on her. Shame on you for thinking that people fall in and love all the time. It’s called marriage, for a reason.

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