Tablet celebrates the great Viennese satirist’s 145th birthday this weekend
Plans to join a Seder in Caracas are interrupted when Tablet’s correspondent is kicked out of Venezuela by state security forces on the eve of Passover
Rokhl’s Golden City: A different take on Walt Whitman
If there were such a thing as a perfect Jewish joke, it might just be ‘Dayenu,’ the Passover punch line that is never enough
Does your typical holiday involve a huge Seder meal followed by a week of matzo and macaroons? You can do better. Here’s how.
Cancer patients find a new perspective on the present and the future in the Jewish ritual of counting the Omer
In ancient times, a genetic mutation helped ensure Jewish survival. Today, it might be making you sick.
This week’s ‘Daf Yomi’ tackles the eternal problem of theodicy: If God is both good and omnipotent, why is there evil in the world?
Tablet’s Vladislav Davidzon gained special access to Volodymyr Zelensky, Ukraine’s enigmatic new leader who once played the president on TV. Here, Davidzon shares his impressions of Zelensky and his predictions for Ukraine’s political future.
A doctor spends Passover in East Africa, surrounded by disease and suffering, and reflects on the tenuous balance between order and disorder, exodus and return
Jules Feiffer’s American Follies: a Tweetastrophe in Paris
Victor Hugo and the ideals of progress