On Tablet Magazine today, you’ll find Mark’s Oppenheimer’s look at the different types of American anti-Semitism, in response to the shooting at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C. Tablet’s Allison Hoffman found a lucid autobiography of alleged shooter James von Brunn on the artists’ directory AskART, which she examines. That’s in addition to forthcoming coverage in the blog you’re reading, The Scroll, which will be updated throughout the day. We’re also got food writer Mimi Sheraton’s debut column, on the traditional Ashkenazic housewarming gift of bread and salt; parenting columnist Marjorie Ingall on the problem with grandmas in Jewish kids’ literature; and Eryn Loeb’s fascinating look at A Treasure for My Daughter, a very dated 1950 guide to Jewish motherhood still given to Montreal brides.