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A life’s work, a vibrant fest, and the pitfalls of playing God

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Cartoonist Vanessa Davis takes an animated look back at strange jobs from her past. Roger Bennett reports from the “crazy, magical” Jewish culture festival in Krakow. Tablet Magazine’s Liel Leibovitz plays God on his iPhone only to find himself more in awe than ever of the Real Deal in this week’s Torah portion. And of course, new posts on The Scroll throughout the day.

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