If we don’t show up for Jewish lives, no one else will
What the Pittsburgh Jewish community and the Jewish tradition of mourning teach us about confronting anti-Semitism
The Scroll gets a new helmsman
The author and critic will debut a new column for Tablet this month
The singer defends the rights of women to experience motherhood fully
Because the smartest, edgiest, most exciting technology is still between two covers
Not the most popular, or the tastiest. The most Jewish.
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Engaging readers old and new
The Chicago journalist, removed from her job after breaking the DykeMarch news, will start this month
What’s the point of Tablet?
Our newest columnist brings her legendary society pieces to The Scroll
For the Hanukkah edition of our print magazine, the power of miracles
Anti-Semitism, America, and the Jews
After nearly 500 episodes dedicated to capturing Jewish life around the world, we say farewell
Editor’s Letter: Introducing our new print publication
Introducing our new magazine. On paper.
A 30,000-word, two-part series on the life and death of Steven Sotloff inaugurates a new look along with a commitment to some traditional principles
Reflecting on the legendary political strategist six months after his death