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It really was only a matter of time before there was a Jewish podcast named for the Yiddish pastime of kibitz-ing.
Cohosts Dan Crane, journalist and former professional air guitarist, and Jessica Chaffin, comedian and the Ronna half of previously-mentioned Ronna and Beverly, talk activism, comedy, anti-Semitism, Jewish atheism and other Jewish ideas and culture.
Since 2014, they’ve been analyzing each episode of the show about nothing.
If you’ve ever had questions about Judaism and sex, “The Joy of Text” has answers — or at least some thoughts on the subject.
Recent episodes have looked at leaving behind your community, the rise of cannabis in Israel, the man Balfour behind the Balfour Declaration and the battleground of food.
While episodes were originally in Hebrew, the show has since expanded into English to send its stories of regular Israeli life further into the world.
As the story goes, Hemingway frequented a bar in Havana called Joe’s, which served a double-decker sandwich with beef tongue and ham on Cuban rye with house dressing.
Hemingway told his friend Thomas Sweeney, the mayor of Maplewood, New Jersey, about it and he also fell in love with the sandwich.
Another had Israeli food personality Gil Hovav and historian Alan Robert Ginsburg, who talked about a lost film called “Salome of the Tenements.” It’s funny, it’s informative and it’s unorthodox.