Sarah Lazarovic is a filmmaker, animator, and illustrator.
An excerpt from Sarah Lazarovic’s A Bunch of Pretty Things I Did Not Buy
Commandments against waste run counter to the commercial push to buy the newest disposable clothes every season
When my youngest sister got married, our parents marked the day with an unexpectedly traditional celebration. And it changed them.
Who volunteers to sing in the synagogue choir for Kol Nidre? This year, I joined and found out.
Socalled, Ugandans, and klezmer at North America’s largest gathering of Jewish and Yiddish culture
On his centennial, the kids’ illustrator and New Yorker and Daily Worker contributor is celebrated in Miami
Some families go to the Caribbean to enjoy the sun. Ours visited out-of-the-way shuls. I took a recent trip to the Mediterranean island of Corsica and was reminded that Jews travel to see other Jews.
The Purim tradition of drowning out Haman’s name with noise dates back to medieval times. But in our increasingly cacophonous lives, an illustrator wonders: Does the grogger need to be reinvented?
The Jewish world needs a place like Tablet where varying—even conflicting—viewpoints can exist side by side. Our times demand an engagement with big ideas and not a retreat from them.
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