Morton Landowne is the executive director of Nextbook Inc.
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My grandfather was never able to say kaddish at his father’s grave. Decades later, I’m grateful to be able to fulfill his wish.
Dr. Andrew Porwancher’s argument will be laid out in full in a Harvard University Press book, currently under contract
The first novel I ever read was by Herman Wouk. Now, 60 years later, he’s publishing yet another one.
Director Bartlett Sher and Danny Burstein, who plays Tevye, have reinvigorated ‘Fiddler on the Roof,’ now in its fifth run on Broadway
Tablet columnist honored for prescient five-part series ‘France’s Toxic Hate’
On a city block named for three activists killed during Freedom Summer
Leonard Bernstein’s classic 1944 musical returns to the Great White Way
A host of theories emerge after the Republican’s shocking primary defeat
New books and events from contributors to the Jewish Encounters Series
One week, three very different cultural events in New York City
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The D.C.-based non-profit organization empowers people with disabilities
A night with the Israeli Philharmonic in Warsaw
The Federations aim to make the Jewish tent bigger
The sweet surprises of The Lawgiver‘s archaism
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