How B’nai B’rith’s Museum Went From Must-See Site to Oblivion

B’nai B’rith’s Klutznick Museum is a shell of its former glory. The once-proud institution’s 1,800-item collection mostly sits in a suburban storage facility.


Summer Camps for Jewish Seniors Live On

They kayak. They paint. They even do ‘The Electric Slide.’ Welcome to Jewish senior summer camp, 2K11 style.

Jewish Poverty on Menu at Met Council Luncheon Honoring Builder of the Year Jeffrey Levine

Few believe that Jewish poor exist,” New York State Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver said in his keynote address at the Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty luncheon, held July 26 to honor Builder of the Year Jeffrey Levine.

Chelsea Hotel Braces for New Owners

The famed Hotel Chelsea has been bought by a family of Jewish real estate moguls. Residents fear big changes at the haunt where Bob Dylan and Sid Vicious once lived.


New Square Flouts Building Safety Codes

Fire officials say 60% of the buildings in the Hasidic enclave of New Square, N.Y., violate safety codes. They claim the village’s political clout allows it to keep state officials at bay.

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