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Heeb Hundred and Forward 50 Agree — But Only Once

The Forward 50 and the Heeb Hundred don’t tend to have too much overlap. This year, however, our circles intersect, though only in the person of FailedMessiah blogger Shmarya Rosenberg.

But don’t take this narrow intersection as evidence that our 110-year-old newspaper is somehow behind those Heeb hipsters on the coolness curve; we were way, way ahead of them on the Jewish rosaries beat.

Yeah, we’re hip to that jive.

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