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Emily Stern, 32, couldn’t have a life more different from her famous father’s.
Nearly a decade ago, Howard’s eldest child decided to practice Orthodox Judaism, and traded in Friday nights about town for 20-person Shabbat dinners in an uptown apartment.
“My dad always instilled in us, ‘Everybody’s watching you,’ ” she recalls.
While Howard “always said it was for our protection,” she attributes his warnings to “narcissism.” “I was alone.
Emily calls the works “Wells of Miriam” because it reminds her of the “mikveh,” a ritual bath in Judaism that’s associated with renewal.
“This is my way to connect with the world,” she says of her art.
“It sort of did me a disservice.” She now works full-time as an artist (writing plays and music and acting) while also studying Torah at the Drisha Institute.
She’s also single — and chalks that up to her pop’s habit of blabbing about graphic sex on the airwaves five days a week.“I was trying to figure out what to be in the world. I’d say, ‘God help me.’ “The question was, ‘What am I going to do with my life? “F - - k it if [people] think it’s weird or doesn’t make sense.” Photographer: Annie Wermiel/NY Post; Stylist: Cody Jones; Hair/Makeup: Mary Guthrie/ “I don’t even have them displayed on my shelf at home.A couple of blocks away from the Upper West Side home of radio’s king of raunch, Howard Stern, his Torah-scholar daughter sits in her ankle-length skirt and recites a blessing.