When we fight for a fairer and more just America, and we fight for it as proud Jews, we all win
My father told me a story about God and the Jews when I was a child growing up in Queens. It took me decades to understand what he was trying to tell me.
A portrait of my father, the refusenik writer and medical scientist David Shrayer-Petrov, as a New England poet, on his 84th birthday
On ‘Modern Vampires of the City,’ the frontman wrestles with Jewish questions, calling to mind a personal Kol Nidre
On the road in America with three Jewish sisters who rock
Vampire Weekend’s Ezra Koenig’s anime series portrays the perils of Jewish assimilation in high society
A trip to the concentration camp didn’t turn out the way I’d hoped
Migrant workers and asylum-seekers have brought a world of flavors to the city’s impoverished Neve Sha’anan neighborhood
Yevgenia Albats was called ‘kikeface’ as a kid in the Soviet Union and went on to become an intrepid reporter in Moscow. Visiting the U.S. recently, she spoke with Tablet about the state of Russian politics and what it’s like for Jews there today.
Israel’s defense minister showed politicians everywhere how to respond to racism in their ranks
A remembrance of sales past
Esther Cailingold was disillusioned with the British Empire’s treatment of Jews after the Holocaust. So she joined the Jewish resistance in Palestine.