Margarita Korol

Margarita Korol is a pop artist and designer in New York City.

Two Deaths, One Answer

After my brother died, I was frozen with grief—until author Harold Kushner helped me rediscover community

The Roll Pics: The North and Tel Aviv

Select stops from our last days on Birthright

A Support System for Israeli Soldiers, and for Us

An IDF soldier, whose job is to comfort families of fallen soldiers, was also there for me

The Roll Vids: How (not) to Bargain in the Israeli Marketplace

The Roll Pics: Bonding With IDF and Meeting the Sabbath

I’m Getting Bat Mitzvahed on Birthright

A Tableteer explains why she’s taking the plunge, along with a dozen others on the bus

The Roll Pics: Masada Morning

3:45 am wake up to make sunrise at Masada.

The Roll Pics: Camel Lights

Taking on the Bedouin preferred method of transportation.

Let My People Go!

Pitying the poor immigrants for 130 years

Graduation

A Jewish Ukrainian immigrant needed a voice to help reconcile her foreign past and her American future. She found it—in Kanye West.

To Love Again

Bernard Madoff, bosom heaving, anxiously awaits his love’s next book

Active Cultures

Atomic catastrophes conjure the timeless struggle of individuals versus systems

Kafka in Brooklyn

By way of Iceland

Hebrew in New York

Rivka Miriam reads her poetry

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