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Mad magazine, Iran in Argentina, gay pride, and a bachelorette

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Back at work after a long weekend, you’ll find plenty to read on Tablet Magazine today. In our weekly podcast, Vox Tablet, host Sara Ivry examines the life of comic-book genius and Mad magazine creator Harvey Kurtzman in a conversation with the author of a new biography. Ben Cohen considers Iran’s influence in Latin America on the 15th anniversary of the terrorist bombing of a Jewish center in Argentina. Parenting columnist Marjorie Ingall recounts her two-year-old niece’s march in New York’s gay-pride parade. Associate editor Hadara Graubart finds a lot to like in Road to the Altar, a web-TV series in which Jaleel White—you know him as Urkel—plays a guy preparing to marry a Jewish bridezilla. And books columnist Josh Lambert surveys the latest in Jewish publishing in his weekly “Reading Around” column.

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