Liel Leibovitz is editor at large for Tablet Magazine and a host of its weekly culture podcast Unorthodox and daily Talmud podcast Take One.
The best movie of the year is a spectacular, multilevel meditation on what it means to be Jewish, or any other kind of human
New York City’s cosplay Castros sentence a new generation of owners and tenants to socialist squalor
COVID, wokeness, Russiagate, Ukraine—it’s good to change your mind. It’s also OK for others to ask you to reckon with what your mistakes meant for them.
Cringe Twitter postings by hedge funder reveal one comforting truth: Money doesn’t buy smarts
A few reasons why LA is better for Jewish life than NYC
Why praying is the only New Year’s resolution you need
When I saw the left give up everything I believe in, I changed politically. You can, too.
Israel is the model for the nation-state idea on which the current global order was founded. That’s why opponents of the idea see it as a target.
The French thinker’s latest book offers a global vision in which national pride and universal ideals can powerfully coexist
By the time the votes are counted tonight, American Jews will already have lost
Any congregation that takes any measure that bars any Jew from praying in communion on the Days of Awe is divesting itself from the very core of Jewish life
There’s a name for people who imagine that the right to reclaim your great-grandmother’s house should extend forever: Palestinians
To fix what’s wrong with America, we should first understand its defining civic faith
Your only two choices are Zionism and anti-Zionism. Pick wisely.
A montage of iconic moments from the Jewish past points the way to a Jewish future—one driven by a generation of new voices
New York Congressman Jamaal Bowman and others are grafting a domestic psychodrama onto a foreign region—and endangering American Jews in the process
Could an affordable, marketable-skills certification program from the search giant undercut the Ivy League?
Purim’s bloody story of vengeance is a necessary reminder about how justice really works
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