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East Village tikkun olum, the annotated child, the end of the Mandate, and more

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This morning on Tablet Magazine, Senior Writer Allison Hoffman talks to Michael Rosen and Leslie Gruss of Manhattan’s East Village, who effectively adopted five neighborhood kids in their own stab at tikkun olam. Parenting columnist Marjorie Ingall annotates the experience of watching TV with her girls. On Vox Tablet, podcast host Sara Ivry discusses Major Farran’s Hat: The Untold Story of the Struggle to Establish the Jewish State, about the waning days of the British Mandate in Palestine, with its author, David Cesarani. And books columnist Josh Lambert surveys the week in Jewish publishing in his weekly “Reading Around” roundup. Plus, as always, there will be more throughout the day, including regular updates to The Scroll.

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