Jewcy is an online magazine of Jewish pop culture and offbeat news. The site was launched on November 15, 2006.[1] The Guardian has described Jewcy as "a cultural icon" and "at the forefront of a reinvention of Jewish identity by young US Jews".[2] The New York Times has described Jewcy as part of "the Jewish Hipster movement".[3]

In October 2009, the not-for-profit JDub Records announced that it had adopted Jewcy, making it a new project of the seven-year-old organization.[4] Jewcy had over 100,000 unique visitors monthly[5] and over 1,000 bloggers.[6] Lilit Marcus served as editor-in-chief until February 2010, when Jason Diamond took over the position. In 2011, Tablet Magazine acquired Jewcy, and the former has been Jewcy's "big sister" site ever since.[7]

Jewcy went on hiatus in 2018, and became active again in August 2021.[8][9]


  1. ^ Jewcy’s First Birthday by Craig Leinoff |
  2. ^ Harris, Paul (14 December 2003). "New generation finds it's hip to be Hebrew". The Observer. New York: The Guardian.
  3. ^ Rosenbloom, Stephanie (December 15, 2005). "A Happy Hipster Hanukkah". The New York Times., authorized full version at [1] Archived 2006-05-22 at the Wayback Machine
  4. ^ "JDub adopts Jewcy online magazine". JTA – Jewish & Israel News. 2009-10-13.
  5. ^ "Music Dies for JDub Records". The Forward. 2011-07-20. Retrieved 2023-06-28.
  6. ^ "Jewcy Officially Adopted by JDub". eJewish Philanthropy. 2009-10-13. Retrieved 2023-06-28.
  7. ^ "Please Welcome Jewcy To Tablet - Tablet Magazine – Jewish News and Politics, Jewish Arts and Culture, Jewish Life and Religion". Tablet Magazine. Retrieved 2017-07-07.
  8. ^ "Jewce Ya Later - Jewcy is going on a hiatus". Tablet Magazine. Retrieved 2021-03-17.
  9. ^ Castro, Isaac de (2021-08-26). "We're Back". Jewcy. Retrieved 2021-08-26.
  10. ^ "Introducing Jewcy's New Editor: I'm Gabriela Geselowitz! - Jewcy". Jewcy. 2016-03-28. Retrieved 2017-07-07.