Hadara Graubart

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

Daybreak: No Settlement Freeze, But No Growth

McKinney released, trouble at Harvard, and more in the news

Peeling Back Layers

Pop culture critic Nathan Rabin illuminates his tumultuous adolescence in a new memoir

Sundown: Evolution of Evil

Von Brunn’s descent, school rules, and parking protests

Daybreak: Fit to Be Tried

Ivan to face court, Bibi’s first 100 days, and more in the news

Sundown: Poetic Justice for Protesting Pol

Drowning out hate, modest hotels, and biblical blueprints

The Bachelorette

A new series brings a familiar face to an unfamiliar medium

Daybreak: War Crimes

Hamas and Israel both guilty, Rome adopts Shalit, and more from the news.

Sundown: The Jackson Question

Faux paranoia, a subway skirmish, and a good call by God

Rah Finland!

Cold hands, warm hearts

Eat, Pray, Live

Should kashrut be more about health?

Daybreak: Green Energy for Non-Profits

A score from the House, Franken’s victory, and more from the news

Sundown: Bernie, She Hardly Knew Ya

Circus prayer, Vegas Jews, and a pushy Frenchman

Bistro Takes a Stand

Anti-Dead Sea Scroll exhibit, pro-restaurant rights

Daybreak: Rightful Ownership

Holocaust property, settlement vs. suburb, and more in the news

Sundown: Fiction Stranger than Truth

No church in school, Yemenite Jews, and an Israeli Robin Hood

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