Today on Tablet
Chicago and Rahm, the Semitic Fred Flintstone, and more
Today in Tablet Magazine, Rachel Shteir explains why Chicago won’t elect Rahm Emanuel or any other Jew its mayor. Liel Leibovitz traces the Jewish ancestry of none other than Fred Flintstone. We continue our Web Wars! series with Mideast columnist Lee Smith’s look at how Iran uses its proxy Hezbollah to transmit its message. Senior writer Allison Hoffman announces the emerging canonization of Israeli architect Moshe Safide. The Scroll cannot hope to keep pace with today’s slate of articles, though by the end of the day it will have told you whom to root for in baseball’s playoffs.