The New Republic Editor-in-Chief Gabriel Snyder's Note to Readers: Live from La Farine

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**Gabriel Snyder**: [Note to Readers](http://www.newrepublic.com/article/120619/new-republic-editor-chief-gabriel-snyders-note-readers): "Shortly before the first issue of The New Republic... >...went on sale a little over a century ago, our founding editor Herbert Croly outlined his vision to a reporter from The New York Times: >>The...

Word of the Week: Gefatke

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Gefatke: A pancake made of chopped fish and grated potatoes. A portmanteau of gefilte (literally “stuffed”) fish and latke; both words are Yiddish in origin. “We already have the Cronut, crookie and pretzel croissant,” writes Michele Henry, a staff reporter...