Today in Tablet Magazine, Umberto Eco excerpts his new novel, The Prague Cemetery, which, as literary editor David Samuels argues in a Q&A with the novelist, features one of the most anti-Semitic characters in fiction.

In the spirit of Thanksgiving, parenting columnist Marjorie Ingall mines her mistakes for lessons on gratitude we can all learn from.

David Meir Grossman proclaims now to be the Golden Age of Jewish Rap, exemplified through the very different (Jewish) rappers Drake and Mac Miller.

The Prague Cemetery

How to Be Grateful
Golden Boys