In today’s pages, a master class on giving the perfect toast
What the Talmud has to teach us about eating mindfully
In today’s page, the rabbis give their take on the 10,000 rule, and on why practice makes perfect
Another instance of playing partisan politics reveals how dangerously the organization has lost its way
In today’s page, NBA star Enes Kanter offers advice of keeping your cool when playing with, and against, your heroes
In today’s page, a thorny question: Just what and how much do you need to know and do to be considered a good Jew?
In today’s page, the rabbis show us how to throw a dinner party
In today’s pages, magical fruit make us yearn for home and our youth
Parshat Mishpatim: Who does the Torah count as a stranger?
In today’s page, some insight into pastries and airline food
A meditation on winged creatures, mercy, and duty
In today’s page of Talmud, a meditation on the essence of … sushi?
Please join me in welcoming Tablet’s newest columnist, Michael Lind
In today’s page of Talmud, a meditation on feeding—and eating—animals
In today’s page of Talmud, a tale of two challahs
Today’s pages of Talmud remind us why it’s dangerous to rely too much on apps
Today’s pages of Talmud inspire us to contemplate food, mindfulness, and bacon
Today’s page of Talmud helps us do some real ‘teshuvah’
The Tenth of Shevat is a Hasidic commemoration that reminds us that only we have the responsibility and the ability to fix what’s broken in our lives
Today’s page of Talmud was the inspiration for the latest Star Wars film. No, really.
Can you be both pregnant and not? It’s a more spiritual question than it seems.
Today’s page of Talmud recounts an incredible story of God thanking Moses for giving life to the Divine
Today’s daily pages of Talmud wonder: Do we laugh too much?
Today’s daily pages of Talmud asks an inconvenient question: Are we paying the men and women who work hard to sustain the Jewish community way too little?
To discuss today’s page of Talmud, we asked our favorite Hollywood character actor to reflect on life on the cusp of stardom
Today’s page of Talmud asks: Is prayer personal or institutional?
Today’s page of Talmud raises a real stink about bad smells and good intentions
An imperious rabbi learns a lesson about humility and the importance of free and unfettered debate
Today’s pages of Talmud bring us head to head with the problematic prohibition on women singing in mixed company
Parshat Bo: The morality of the death of the firstborn, and how the brokenness of matzo reflects our past and future