It was nearly midnight Saturday, and Jayson Littman was milling about an upscale Manhattan nightclub greeting friends with a wide smile and often a big hug. Standing alongside a “shot boy” — clad only in underwear, a kippah and Star of David necklace — he offered partygoers shots of Manischewitz in plastic cups.
Karina Zilberman, the creator of the popular Upper East Side family Shabbat program, is on a mission to spread the the Shababa message to the rest of the world.
CNN anchor turned education advocate Campbell Brown is launching a news site called The Seventy Four, referring to the 74 million school-age children in the United States.
A year after Mile End Deli’s Brooklyn kitchen was devastated by Hurricane Sandy, it is up and running — and holding shabbat pop-up dinners.
Whether you love the game or just watch for the commercials, this Sunday is really all about the food. And here’s where you can have it kosher.
Cronut fever has swept New York City (and the globe), but the Cr’nish, a croissant-knish hybrid may give that croissant-doughnut hybrid a run for its money.
Bad news for fried knish lovers: New York is in the midst of a shortage after Gabila’s suffered a small fire at its Long Island Factory.
If you don’t live in New York, pack your bags and get on a plane. The fall is shaping up to be a very tasty one for hungry kosher diners — especially those craving a steak.
When he opens Peck’s Specialty Foods in Brooklyn this fall, Theo Peck will be continuing a family tradition that started over 100 years ago.