Talmudic 'Development'; Orthodox Cinema; Chabad Power Struggle?; Top Kosher Dogs

In this week’s Reporters Roundtable podcast, host Josh Nathan-Kazis is joined by deputy arts editor Ezra Glinter to discuss the new season of Arrested Development and its ‘talmudic’ qualities. Then, Ezra fills us in on the emergent ultra-orthodox cinema in Israel. Next, assistant news editor Larry Cohler-Esses drops by to discuss a possible reshuffling of power within the Chabad movement. Finally, food editor Devra Ferst explains our list of top kosher hot dogs, just in time for summer.

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