Singer Naomi Less sneers over her guitar on our last night in Web-based Jewry. She's featured on The Jew Spot, which says it's "for the Unconventional. Sexy. And Jewish."
The suggestively named blog majors in the Q&A interview, and the one with with Less deals with her campaign "Jewish Chicks Rock." She speaks passionately about the need for Jewish girls to love and respect themselves, and not to tolerate disrespect.
Another Q&A looks at the designer of "Jewtina," a clothing line for Latina Jews. Still another talks to Jewdyssee, a group that somehow combines Yiddish music with German club music. Oh yeah, and how could we forget The Lady Aye, who dresses burlesque before swallowing swords?
Rounding out the blog is an advice column and taut, two-paragraph book and film reviews.
Another site isn't just good, it's Jewtastic. The U.K.-based site tracks Jewish ups and downs in 22 categories, from Art to Web -- with two miscellaneous groups of "etc." and "uncategorized."
Subjects include "troubled songstress" Amy Winehouse, the subject of an art exhibit; Sarah Michelle Gellar, whose hit show Buffy The Vampire Slayer was blamed by a British study for the exit of 50,000 young women from church in favor of witchcraft; Bette Midler, planning to take over Celine Dion's Las Vegas show next year; and Israeli hip-hop violinist Miri Ben-Ari, given the first-ever Martin Luther King Jr. Israeli Award.
Jewtastic also keeps an eye on other 'tudinous Jewish sites. One article notes that Leonardo DiCaprio's girlfriend Bar Refaeli is the cover model for Heeb #17, its first swimsuit issue.