Today on Tablet
Etgar Keret airborne, singing Yiddish, and more
Today in Tablet Magazine, columnist Etgar Keret reports, from a transcontinental flight, about how he feels about flying so darn much. Music columnist Alexander Gelfand weighs the merits of a Yiddish-language choir and a Hebrew-language one. This week’s haftorah prompts Liel Leibovitz to honor those who take history into their own hands rather than wait for it to happen to them. The Scroll writes history’s first draft, and that should count for something, too, right?