I went to see Roger Waters, late of Pink Floyd, play a Brooklyn arena last night. It got me thinking about Pink Floyd and 9/11.
A candidate who blamed the displacement of Harlem’s black and Hispanic residents on “greedy Jewish landlords” is on the ballot in New York City.
Ex-con rabbi brothers say they want to open a yeshiva for college-aged students in Elmira, New York.
Of on the front page of the Times on 9/10/01, there’s only person still active in local politics: Satmar community leader Rabbi David Niederman.
Two Orthodox synagogues in Atlanta have taken in more than 1,000 Jewish refugees fleeing South Florida in advance of Hurricane Irma.
The O.U. will not make a decision until at least mid-October on what to do about congregations that continue to flout its ban on female clergy.
Advocates worry that the OU’s board could vote to expel synagogues with female clergy at its meeting next Wednesday.
The well-timed Ivanka drop-by is a key Trump tactic.
A petition supporting the head of the Center for Jewish History amid calls for his ouster has received the signatures of nearly 500 people.
Two prominent operatives are calling for the firing of the head of Manhattan’s Center for Jewish History over links to left-wing groups.