From Queen Elizabeth to Abraham Lincoln, the story of Purim has shaped our most contentious debates
What the holiday can teach us about fighting evil in our midst
In unprecedented decision, judges rule Michael Ben-Ari unfit to serve
Delis and Israeli restaurants have changed the city’s culinary scene, as the Jewish community grows
This stew of root vegetables and dried fruit is a staple of Ashkenazi cooking, but it doesn’t have to be the bland, gloppy mess we’ve come to know
As the drink has gained popularity, distilleries have created a new whiskey scene—one with a distinctly Israeli flavor
Ep. 174: Gail Simmons, Shalom Auslander, Jill Kargman, Gil Hovav, and more on the Jewish foods that mean the most to them
Creating a new kind of Megillah—using the historic Birds’ Head Haggadah as inspiration
A run-in at NYU reveals the unavoidable truth: The war for the soul of the left will be fought over anti-Semitism.
Tablet Original Fiction: What right has the Lord of the Universe to forget me?
Jules Feiffer’s American Follies looks left for politics as usual
How the fight for the next communications ecosystem could make a world dependent on Chinese technology, Chinese software, Chinese e-commerce, Chinese venture capital, and the Chinese market