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Love Stories

“Tell Me,” Tablet Magazine’s illustrated question-and-answer column, considers some beautiful, wise, nuanced, and surprisingly terse looks at love and heritage

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Great Escapes

When the challenges of joint custody become overwhelming, an Israeli stepmother of two teenagers finds vacations can bring her blended family together

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Gelt and Innocence

A feverish love of collecting masked a family’s shameful truth: There was no money.

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Collective Memory

Toby Perl Freilich’s forthcoming documentary examines the 100-year history of the kibbutz

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Drop Dead, Jimmy Carter

The emailed rant that’s been making the forwarded-by-relatives rounds

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The Rebbe’s Teachings

As Chabad opens preschools across the country, secular parents try to reconcile the movement with the classroom

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A Cold Case

From the archives: Trying to recall the exact moment my father told me he was dying

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Intermarried Chicago Kids Won’t Get Grandpa’s Money

But will presented weird incentives for dad

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Penny Pinchers

The author of ‘In Cheap We Trust’ on the history of a Jewish stereotype

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Sorry, Again

There’s no sure way to raise kids who apologize and accept apologies

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Shock Therapy

How my shrink helped me by becoming my biggest problem

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Mystery Achievement

The huggy, hilarious little nutball from elsewhere: my daughter

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Beware the Evil Eye

A family blurs the borders between religion, superstition, and OCD

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Girl, You’ll Be a Woman Soon

The frenetic, hormonally charged days before a bat mitzvah

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Mothers’ Little Helpers

Guidebooks quell the anxieties of raising up a child

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Presidential Hopeful

So what if he’s in diapers? He waves! He smiles! What more could you want in a leader?

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All in the Family

Andrea Stern’s new collection of photographs chronicles the intimate life of a family—her own

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You Gotta Have Faith

In the final countdown to the big event, one chore keeps not getting done

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Morey Hid a Lethal Loom

Every 13-year-old who faces the Torah has a tough code to crack. For parents, the code may be even tougher.

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Being L. Bloom

When both Sung-Nam and Jerusalem beckon

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All-of-a-Kind Families

Cross-cultural adoption: a multimedia documentary

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Aunt Linda’s a Singer

So why won’t she sing at her daughter’s wedding?

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The Little Believer

What’s a secular couple to do when their 6-year-old gets into religion?

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