Sara Ivry

Sara Ivry is the host of Vox Tablet, Tablet Magazine's weekly podcast. Follow her on Twitter @saraivry.

Billy Sunday

A comedian wears out his the boychik routine

Parent Trap

Better embarrassing than inflexible

The Mating Game

When is a compliment not really a compliment? When it’s a cultural stereotype.

Precious Objects

An experimental musical about the Rosenbachs celebrates their love affair with book dealing

Play Ball?

For the tortured club of Red Sox fans, a final match-up against the Bronx hegemon begets theological questions

Bendel Brief

What a simple red string says about our fears and dreams

Brooklyn Nights

The joys and sorrows of Harvey Swados’ fiction

Equal Time

What is the machine that seems to cause book reviewers to swoon over one short story collection and practically ignore another?

Five Kids

El Lissitzky’s revolutionary take on a medieval Passover song, and a contemporary illustrator has a fresh look at the Seder’s four sons

In Another Voice

If most American girls lose their confidence as they mature, what happens in a religious community that segregates the sexes?

Faith in the Agnostic State

As Europe wrestles with the preamble to its constitution, Joseph Weiler is fighting for an acknowledgement of the continent’s Christian past.

Wide Angles

After training a sensitive lens on Hasidism, Menachem Daum rotated the camera, exposing his Orthodox sons to the humanity of others

Living in a Material World

The spiritual fad of the new millennium hinges on a cryptic, erotic, medieval text. If anyone can explain why, it’s Daniel Matt.

Lost in the Supermarket

Alan Wolfe found Americans around the country change faiths as frequently as they change their diets. What does this mean for a 5,000-year old tradition?

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