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Starting about 2013, the staff at the Hillel at the University of Pennsylvania wondered what they were doing wrong. Each year, the number of students... [Read More]
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Today the rapper and music producer Kanye West, wearing a red... [Read More]
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In recent weeks, the University of Michigan has been rocked by a series of scandals relating to Israel and anti-Semitism. In mid-September, John Cheney-Lippold, an associate... [Read More]
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Since Trump won in 2016, think piece upon think piece has been devoted to the problem with white women. We've been labeled "white supremacy in... [Read More]
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"The Arabs are stupid, lazy, and smelly," the late German writer and visual artist Wolfgang Herrndorf said of the characters in his darkly comic existential... [Read More]
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Of course you want to go see the Unorthodox crew, along with New York Times journalist, Taffy Brodesser-Akner, and who knows what other fabulous guests, do... [Read More]
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It's not often that a Hasidic rabbi's Facebook post goes viral but that's what happened Wednesday when Rabbi Zalmen Wishedsk uploaded a photo that showed... [Read More]
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Rachel Bloom is your typical nice Jewish girl: smart, knowledgeable, opinionated, funny, and also very neurotic. The 31-year-old star of CBS's successful comedy series Crazy... [Read More]
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Anthony Rose never particularly wanted to write a cookbook. As the chef and co-owner of six restaurants in Toronto—including the nouveau delicatessen Rose and Sons,... [Read More]
The first TV I remember watching was in Nannie's room in my grandparents' house in Westchester where my sisters and I stayed for a week... [Read More]
Dear Readers, It is my pleasure to announce, on behalf of the editors, a new feature at Tablet magazine, which will consist, beginning... [Read More]
Could the perfect soundtrack to the events of the first half of the twentieth century have gone all but unheard until this very day? A... [Read More]
Literary critic Adam Kirsch is reading a page of Talmud a day, along with Jews around the world. Over the last weeks of fall holidays, Daf Yomi... [Read More]
Adolf Eichmann, the once faceless organization man and point person for the annihilation of European Jewry, may now be the most famous face, save one,... [Read More]
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As a teenager, Sonia Orbuch joined a group of partisans fighting the Nazis in Eastern Europe. She survived the war and settled in America. At... [Read More]
I used to believe in a Jewish version of Benjamin Franklin's adage that the only certainties were death and taxes. I thought: "the one thing... [Read More]
After much anticipation, the Yiddish-language production of Fiddler on the Roof has made itself a home in New York and is sticking around. Under... [Read More]
If you've never heard of the great novelist Dovid Bergelson, that means Stalin won. On Aug. 12, 1952, Dovid Bergelson, a top... [Read More]
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