One hundred years might not be more important than 99 or 101, but it?s an occasion to revisit a part of the past we don?t think about every day.

100 Years of Centennials; How to Survive Passover

In this week’s Reporters Roundtable podcast, host Josh Nathan-Kazis is joined by Forward deputy arts editor Ezra Glinter to discuss the centenary of the publishing of Swann’s Way and why the next 100 years will be filled with centenaries. Then, Forward food editor drops by to give us some hints on how to get through the final days of Passover.

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