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Poor Shavuot, the Ortho-politico, and more

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Today in Tablet Magazine, Staff Writer Marissa Brostoff examines why Shavuot—which starts tomorrow!—never really became a thing in America the way Passover and the other usual suspects did. Senior Writer Allison Hoffman profiles Nachama Soloveichik, an Orthodox 29-year-old descendant of a prominent rabbinic family who is now the press secretary to conservative Catholic Pennsylvania Senate candidate Pat Toomey. Parenting columnist Marjorie Ingall tries to figure out when her kids’ secular identity should take precedence, and when their religious one should. The Scroll will try not to make the whole week about the Beinart essay. Honest.

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