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Neurotic mothers, safe havens, and a video agitator

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Josh Lambert and Sarah Kippur investigate a new play by David Burman about his mother, “an Argentine Mrs. Portnoy.” In his weekly musing on the Torah portion, Liel Leibovitz compares New york to biblical “cities of refuge.” Etgar Keret faces off with playground mothers already scheming to keep their toddlers from eventually joining the Israeli army. Allison Hoffman talks to “YouTube Michael Moore” Max Blumenthal. And The Scroll will be rolling out new posts all day.

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