Hadara Graubart

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

Sundown: Maidel-on-Maidel Action

Online Yiddish, comedic justice, and evangelical fervor

Daybreak: Gadhafi Unwelcome in N.J. Suburb

A test-prep magnate dies, Palestinian developments, and more from the news

Sundown: A Different Kind of Death Sentence

Rockin’ to Peres, belated womanhood, and fear in Pittsburgh

Sundown: The Loneliest Congregant

‘Six Feet Under’ is in, day school’s out, and kashrut’s on the rise

Eli Roth Excels at Propaganda

If the ‘Inglourious Basterds’ star may say so himself

Daybreak: Satisfaction

Give and take on the settlements, the Swedish thing, and more from the news

Where Hola Meets the Hora

Bandleader Arturo O’Farrill puts a new spin on a Latin-Jewish classic

Sundown: Organs of State

Spanish banned, Oz in Italy, and fruit of the vine

Daybreak: Diplomacy

Specter’s travails, Huckabee makes waves again, and more in the news

Sundown: The Politics of Toilets

Baby bust, high-minded photography, and a video gaffe

Daybreak: Egypt Won’t Make First Move

Huckabee likes settlements, firefighters squabble, and more in the news

Sundown: Here’s Egg on Your Face

Life and death, prison grub, and an exemplary Jewess

God’s Army?

Is the IDF getting too Jewish?

‘Homeless’ Hebrew U. Donor, Not So Much

Not a Holocaust survivor, either

Daybreak: Palestinian P.M.’s Low Standards

A new website, Anne Frank abused again, and more in the news

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