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Conversos in Medellín, Moishe Oysher!, and more

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Today in Tablet Magazine, deputy news editor Matthew Fishbane heads to Medellín, Colombia, where Jews dating back to the Inquisition try to eke out lives amid that country’s instability. Staff writer Marissa Brostoff pinpoints the trend boomlet of the summer: A revival of Lower East Side cantor and Yiddish theater star Moishe Oysher (“yes, that is said to be his given name”). The Scroll will be saying “Moishe Oysher” aloud all day long.

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