Hadara Graubart

Hadara Graubart was formerly a writer and editor for Tablet Magazine.

Daybreak: A Question of Dignity

A misguided Dutch group, peace through economics, and more in the news

Sundown: Post- Denominational Pals

High-priced holidays, blushing brides, and a wasted plea

Rough Day for Former Israeli Pols

One on trial, two others start jail terms

Daybreak: Obama Plans for Peace

A violent clash, a deportation, and more from the news

Sundown: Madoff Mystery Remains

A perceived threat, a real threat, and bagels

Madonna Is Over the Borderline

And into Israel, seeing sights, meeting with pols, and bugging a kabbalah macher.

Daybreak: Love’s Not Enough for Abbas

Olmert under fire, Arkansas pride, and more in the news

Sundown: Blogger Expected More ‘Inglourious’ Kvetching

Praise, slander, and a grand slam decade

U.S. Shift on E. Jerusalem: Bad, or Wrong?

One blogger is worried about the change, another doesn’t buy it

Daybreak: Obama Can’t Do Everything

Plus Tutu, Sendak, and more in the news

Sundown: Having Your Ham, But Not Eating It

Not-so-mysterious ways, aloha ‘ShalomTV,’ and an elegant gesture

Daybreak: Kennedy Saved Refusenik Baby

Memories of Lodz, a blind date peace plan, and more in the news

Sundown: Digging for Trouble

Gray areas, the Golden Gate, and parodic justice

Wieseltier Hates Idea of Self-Hatred

Even if he once made same charge himself

Daybreak: Shalom, Chaver

Netanyahu optimistic, the Car Czar’s pedigree, and more from the news

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