Ani Wilcenski is Tablet’s audience editor.
Dig in, or get out
How to feel, and what to do, one month after the massacres
I spent my years at Columbia ignoring my common sense in the face of a glaring double standard. Now my classmates cheer on murder and I’m sitting with my shame.
A few years back you were a bunch of activists. Now Jews are being murdered in cold blood and you haven’t said a word.
How the Telluride Association Summer Seminar designed to teach teenagers about free-thinking and communal self-determination turned into an ideological ‘Lord of the Flies’
A dispatch from Brooklyn at night
At an organic farm in northern Israel, troubled teenagers find a refuge where they can change the course of their lives
How the rapper of mixed Zulu and Jewish origins embodies all that is real in the uncanny valley of online culture
Tablet’s reporter learns that ironic distance cuts no ice in LA, where stoned young people seek spiritual meaning while eating s’mores and having a sincerely good time
Dr. Sheila Nazarian is one of the most famous plastic surgeons in LA, but it took a conflict in Gaza for her to find her voice
How different is Brooklyn, really?
In the hope of the Prague Spring, and in its bitter aftermath, Milan Kundera understood that cultural-police mobsters are the real April fools