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If there's one thing the American Jewish community has in abundance, it's critics. "There are no colors gloomy enough to paint too morbidly" the present... [Read More]
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The New Year for the Trees starts Sunday night, and there are many ways to celebrate. Go on a walk in the woods! Throw a... [Read More]
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This week, Tablet looks back on 40 years of the Iranian Revolution. *** On Nov. 4, 2018, a day before... [Read More]
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Growing up a mixed-race Jewish girl in 1980's New Jersey, I know I would have found the newly announced Jewish board members of the Women's... [Read More]
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  On a windy mountaintop citadel in Berat, Albania, in a church lit only by incense lamps and their dim reflections off... [Read More]
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This week on Unorthodox, we're setting it up. Our Jewish guest this week is longtime matchmaker Tova Weinberg, who founded the Jewish... [Read More]
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This week, Tablet looks back on 40 years of the Iranian Revolution. *** In my early 20s, I taught university... [Read More]
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This week, Tablet looks back on 40 years of the Iranian Revolution. *** When Yasser Arafat arrived in Tehran on... [Read More]
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Artist Kehinde Wiley, the official portraitist of President Obama, is known for his grand-scale paintings of people of color. Wiley has described how empowering it... [Read More]
This week, Tablet looks back on 40 years of the Iranian Revolution. *** All the years she lived in Iran,... [Read More]
The most famous first line in 20th-century American literature set in Kings County, New York, must be incomprehensible to many current residents of that highly... [Read More]
This week, Tablet looks back on 40 years of the Iranian Revolution. *** There are many moments of intense... [Read More]
On Dec. 29, Naftali Bennett, the charismatic leader of Israel's Jewish Home party—the vanguard of the country's settler religious right—decided to blow it all up. At a press... [Read More]
According to the 2013 numbers, Jews are seven percent of the state prison population of New York; the fourth largest religious denomination after Protestant, Catholic... [Read More]
Literary critic Adam Kirsch is reading a page of Talmud a day, along with Jews around the world. Tractate Hullin is premised on the idea that animal... [Read More]
On a sunny January day on the western bank of the Jordan River, a group of Christian tourists sang hymns, another group of pilgrims in... [Read More]
This week, Tablet looks back on 40 years of the Iranian Revolution. *** When the anti-Shah upheavals of 1978 erupted,... [Read More]
I had never been to a group wedding. Nor did I ever think I would experience my first during a balmy December evening in Havana.... [Read More]
This week marks the 40th anniversary of the Islamic Revolution. On Jan. 16, 1979, Shah Mohammed Reza Pahlavi and his family left... [Read More]
This week, Tablet looks back on 40 years of the Iranian Revolution. *** Among the world's endangered minorities, Iranian... [Read More]
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