Liel Leibovitz

Liel Leibovitz is a senior writer for Tablet Magazine.

Po’ Boy

A haftorah of pride and property

Homeward Bound

How Naomi Frankel’s life and work mirrored modern Jewish history

Habitual Ritual

A haftorah of rules and revelry

Corrupts Absolutely

A haftorah of power and passion

Screening the Others

A film festival looks at Israel’s Arab citizens

N.Y. Mets Go to Bat for Hebron Jews

Controversial fundraiser for settler group is set for Citi Field

The Miracle Worker

A haftorah of unlikely occurrences and blind faith

Reading Levi in Tehran

A new project offers Arabic and Farsi translations of key Holocaust works

A People Obsessed

Jews, geeks, and a haftorah of repetition and reason

A Very Hebrew Halloween

The Bible’s beasties, reimagined

Gore Vidal: Polanski Is a Persecuted Jew

Novelist-provocateur thinks religion, not rape, to blame for director’s woes

Shades of Gray

A new film shines a light on Rudolph Kasztner, controversial Holocaust-era figure

The Children Are the Future

A haftorah of singing praise and raising kids

Checking In on Ariel Sharon

Four years after his stroke, he can wiggle his toes but not do much else

Gentlemen Prefer Blondes

Why Jewish producers kept Jewish women off stage and screen

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