Iran Week: Are trees planted in Lebanon along the Israeli border really for ‘nature reserves’?
Military intelligence officer killed by car bomb in Kiev
A question of morals for a loopy Coen-brothers script, in this week’s ‘Daf Yomi’ Talmud study
You forever rule
2,000-year-old writer, director, and producer is still blazing saddles at age 90
Tablet staffers share their favorite fiction and non-fiction reads
To urge unity, not division, through healthy debate
Sasha Velour, channeling Whitney Houston, takes home the crown on ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’
Congregation Beth El in Bangor has created a number of functional and decorative pieces for its prayer space, from a bima and Torah ark to a ‘tree of life’
A father’s story
Israeli cuisine is the all the rage in New York these days. But it’s missing one key ingredient: nationalism.
The Jewish state confronts the possibility of a new front—or two—in its ongoing conflict with a hostile regional power on the rise
Rokhl’s Golden City: What decomposing unearthed silent-film stock has to say to Yiddishists
Iran Week: Jalal Al-e Ahmad’s astonishing and paradoxical account of his 1963 travels in the Holyland, newly translated and reissued as ‘The Israeli Republic’
The Jewish Museum’s current show gives viewers a second chance to ‘see her light,’ and to see the socialite and troubled daughter behind the art