From the editors of Tablet Magazine.
The award-worthy things that Tablet loved in 2022
Here are all the articles we highlighted at years’ ends, over the years. Happy New Year!
The magazine relocates for a week to the dream capital of American Jewry
Apply now to be the new cheerleader-in-chief for our podcasts
We are looking for a new class of 10 paid interns
very short dek ‘testing’
A slideshow of iconic moments from the Jewish past pointing the way to a Jewish future
A world of stories addressing issues around conversion—what converts give up and what they gain, and what it all means
Introducing a class of 10 paid fellowships—for those looking to apprentice in everything from editorial and art direction to marketing and community relations
Join Joan Nathan as she cooks her favorite Shabbat recipes with her son, David Henry Gerson, in a new weekly video series
Our new Zoom event series brings performances, conversations, culinary experiences, and more directly to you
Are you unexpectedly hosting a seder for the first time? Us too! Join our 4 p.m. daily Zoom call with Tablet staffers and special guests as we all learn on the fly, together.
The Rabbinical Council of Bergen County has set a lifesaving example that the rest of us must follow
Tunes for ‘Chad Gadya,’ ‘Echad Mi Yode’a,’ ‘Adir Hu,’ and more Seder songs
Proudly traditional and blazingly modern, it’s the perfect Seder guide. Order today to get yours in time for Passover.
Bari Weiss, Deborah Lipstadt, and Etgar Keret receive honors; Tablet’s Newish Jewish Encyclopedia is a finalist.
Tablet will hold simultaneous pre-Rosh Hashanah rallies in Brooklyn, Pittsburgh, and Poway
Eight candidates who have expressed blatantly anti-Semitic views, or who openly associate with anti-Semites