Forgetting the kippah or crucifix (and the second why)

All-nighters and Domino’s Pizza at the student newspaper. X-acto knives and 2-point tape. The smell of chemicals processing the film. The five Ws and the H. Good times, folks. Good times. What journalists among us can forget our introductory class, whatever it was creatively named by the institution of our choice? One of the first [Read More...]

Peter Beinart and the powerful, but voiceless, Jews of Atlanta

The New York Times published an interesting story about the Atlanta Jewish Book Festival (“Jewish Book Event in Atlanta Cancels Author’s Talk on Zionism, and Uproar Follows“). It’s a great piece with the weirdest missing element. Here’s the top: ATLANTA — The Jewish community in the metropolitan Atlanta area, by most definitions, is small, vibrant [Read More...]


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