For many non-White or non-Ashkenazi Jews, sleepaway camp gifts scars rather than life-long friendships. Here’s what staffers and parents can do.
Charges against the grandson of Meir Kahane remain unclear, but he will be held for five days
A new documentary from filmmaker Laura Bialis explores the influential music scene in a place you’d least expect
Harper Lee’s Go Set a Watchman helped me reflect on my Jewish upbringing in the 1950s South, and to understand that our childhood heroes are not perfect adults.
‘We must free the Torah of Israel from the handcuffs that she has been bound in by people of darkness’
Parents and three siblings mourn the loss their ‘beautiful flower…full of life and love’
Over 60,000 attended Sunday’s Haskell Invitational at Monmouth Park in New Jersey
The White House, as echoed by a New York Times editorial, asserts to Blumenthal, Schumer, and Cardin, that if they vote against the JCPOA, they’ll be tarred as dual loyalists
Sans family and friends, Israeli newlyweds leaned on Facebook to invite anybody nearby to celebrate with them. Droves came and danced the night away.
Michael Karkoc deemed ‘not fit for trial’
Despite rumblings of political intentions, the Sacramento Kings forward says his trip is about fun, family, and hummus
‘The person that committed this sinful act is a criminal in every way, and his intention to kill Jews is something which is terrifying’
Netanyahu condemns ‘act of terrorism’ that also badly burned both parents and their 4-year-old boy
Suspect is a Haredi man who was recently released from prison for committing a similar crime 10 years ago
Internet, Internet, make me a match, find me a find, catch me a catch
David Strathairn stars in a new production about the Holocaust whistleblower
Every Tu B’Av, the Jewish Valentine’s Day, I was a deflated, lonely man. Then I learned how to love myself—and others.
A factual error—and subsequent correction—in the folk singer’s New York Times obituary raises questions about the far-too-often lumped together identities of Jewish immigrants
Tablet’s new podcast features guests A.J. Jacobs and Elna Baker talking family reunions, Jews and Mormons, and more
A new film about Sophie Tucker is in theaters, and reason enough revisit the vaudevillian’s suggestive, sex-positive, hip-slinging songs
‘We will be melted:’ Jack Black, Morgan Freeman, Natasha Lyonne, Queen Noor of Jordan, and Tablet contributor Thomas R. Pickering speak out
In a recent interview, the creator of Transparent addresses the ‘state of emergency’ for female voices in Hollywood
Justice finally finds the unrepentant terrorist
Palestinian youths and Israeli police fought at Al-Aqsa Mosque during Tisha B’Av, but just what sparked it remains contested
A CNN transcription error inspires new hope—and a speech
Thirty years into a life sentence for spying for Israel, the former U.S. intelligence analyst has been granted parole
In Netanya, two baby girls were born twenty minutes apart to two pairs identical twin parents who themselves were born twenty minutes apart. Yep.
The post is the first of its kind in Germany and begins in 2017
The mosaic of Jewish identity is a beautiful thing, but we must recognize and respect our differences before we can come together
The White House continues its Jew-baiting campaign with the reported release of Jonathan Pollard