Gay marriage in Toronto, a foreskin in Brooklyn, and more
There’s lots of new content on Tablet Magazine in the past 24 hours. Allison Hoffman traveled to Toronto to visit a century-old shul that just voted to perform gay weddings after several years of congregation-wide discussion and debate. Peter Hyman reflects on his son’s bris and the foreskin left behind. And in books coverage, Adam Kirsch reviews D.D. Guttenplan’s new biography of I.F. Stone while Josh Lambert considers new books of Jewish interest. And, of course, we’ll have new features throughout the day, plus regular updates to the blog you’re reading, The Scroll.