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A mama’s boy, Democratic Jews, revamped rites, and a journalist remembered

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Victor Navasky pays tribute to iconoclastic journalist Sidney Zion. Jordana Horn susses out the phenomenon of bar mitzvahs held at havdalah, the ceremony marking the end of the Sabbath. Allison Hoffman discusses the challenges of managing the National Jewish Democratic Council in today’s political landscape, and talks to Antonio Sabato Jr. about his decision to search for love, with his mother’s help, on a new reality show. And this very blog, The Scroll, will enlighten you with updates all day.

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