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    PunkTorah Fridays at ModernTribe

    This week's videos are an amazingly funny cartoon of Parshat Tetzaveh written and narrated by Patrick Aleph for G-dCast.com, a D'var Torah on Parshat Vayishlach (this week's Torah portion) and a video on PunkTorah's newest project Indie.Yeshiva.

    I hope you have a wonderful weekend! Shabbat Shalom!

    Parshat Tetzaveh For G-dCast.com (Hebrew Fashion Week!)


    Parshat Vayishlach (Jacob Wrestles and Becomes Israel)


    Indie.Yeshiva (Open Source, Free Jewish Education)

    ModernTribe: PunkTorah Friday

    Every Friday, PunkTorah provides exclusive content for ModernTribe.

    This week features a video featuring the music of Girls In Trouble,
    the Jdub Records band that asks the question, "what would
    happen if the girls of the Bible started an indie rock band?" Purchase the Girls in Trouble's album on ModernTribe.

    Also featured are a D'var Torah on Parshat Noah, and PunkTorah selling
    ModernTribe products at the Shalom Cobb Festival (with his mother).

    Shabbat Shalom and have a safe, wonderful weekend!

    VIDEO: ModernTribe/PunkTorah Present: Girls In Trouble:




    VIDEO: Parshat Noah (The Tower of Babel)





    VIDEO: PunkTorah at the Shalom Cobb Festival (Featuring His Mother)

    ModernTribe: PunkTorah Friday!

    Hey, this is Patrick. In addition to working with ModernTribe.com and singing in the Jewish punk rock band Can!!Can, I do PunkTorah, a website and activism project I founded last April. PunkTorah strives to provide meaningful Jewish spiritual connections to progressive people. The project includes weekly videos, outreach events, public speaking and blogging on several Jewish websites.

    ModernTribe is a great supporter of PunkTorah (you can buy PunkTorah shirts on the website) and is letting PunkTorah take over the blog every Friday. Each week I'm looking forward to sharing with you the best of PunkTorah. For more PunkTorah visit PunkTorah.com. Shabbat Shalom and have a wonderful weekend!

    Here is a short video about PunkTorah:



    Parshat Bereishit (Shot Inside My Kitchen):



    Sukkot Party Home Movie:

    What's New On ModernTribe

    If you are a fan of Twitter (like us), then you know that today is #MusicMonday, where Twitterers "tweet" their favorite artists, songs and albums.

    We're taking this to the "next level" by showing you our favorite new Cool Jew Music Merchandise on ModernTribe.com.



    The Ghettoblaster Bag by Parcel/Loop NYC is a great gift for anyone who likes the retro-hip hop style of DJ Jazzy Jeff, Afrika Bambaataa and Run DMC.

    We first learned about this bag when Shopkeeper Jennie's niece came to visit. Jennie fell in love with the bag and just had to find it for you!

    The bag has real working speakers for your ipod or mp3 player. Just plug & play, the wires and speakers are built right in!

    Our fearless Personal Shopper Patrick Aleph (who happens to be a musician as well) thinks this makes an awesome alternative to a back pack, especially for grad students.

    We also think it makes a cool alternative baby bag for hip parents (especially dads) that want their baby fashion to be...well...edgy!





    Now here's a few Cool Jews that are changing the way the world sees (and hears!) Jewish music. First we have Matisyahu, with his new album Light. Matisyahu breaks the mold by effortlessly blending deep dance, reggae, electronica, and even acoustic folk into this album that showcases his brilliance.


    We're proud to call Y-Love a personal friend. Y-Love's album This Is Babylon is an epic journey into the heart of a Modern Orthodox, biracial rap sensation, who brings together English, Arabic, Hebrew, Aramaic, and Latin into global hip hop. With themes of unity, spiritual journeys, and prophetic visions of the future, Y-Love is truly a hip hop revolutionary.



    Consider the soul-moving sounds of Girls In Trouble, fronted by Alicia Jo Rabins of the klezmer rock band Golem. Girls In Trouble asks the question, "what would happen if the girls of the Bible started an indie rock band"? What you get is a marriage of classical instrumental training and folk-punk sensitivity through the filter of Jewish literature, mysticism and history. It will take your breath away.


    As seen in Time Out New York, the Mix Tape USB Stick is one of our best selling products. These 64MB USB memory sticks will store up to one hour of digital music -- the same amount as you used to get on and old school C60 cassette tape.

    What's new is our ongoing list of New Jewish Loves Songs. If you have a favorite, email ModernTribe today!

    Follow us today on Twitter: @ModernTribe_Jew (Shopkeeper Jennie), @TexasDreidel (No Limit Texas Dreidel)