“It’s very much local support, from all the synagogues, from all those customers. They all want me to stay.”
One group of Judaica scholars is taking crowdsourcing to a new level.
Mel Wymore, a candidate for City Council from Manhattan’s Upper West Side, will rally Tuesday at West Side Judaica against high rents.
NEW YORK — Yaakov Seltzer remembers a different world, when he would sell his customers prayer books, then hand them an invitation to his…
West Side Judaica, a long-time Upper West Side fixture, will soon close, with its owner citing high rent and the rise of Internet book sales.
Looking to spend six figures on a sabbath lamp? Or an 18th century prayer book? Have we got a Judaica auction for you!
It was the highest price ever paid for a Jewish book. And the sale, along with 11 other books, broke up the most valuable private Judaica collection ever assembled.
A crazed attacker shouting ant-Semitic expletives punched the manager of a New York Judaica shop and then fled on a Razr scooter, city police said.
On a nondescript Brooklyn street stands Mizrahi Bookstore. The only Sephardic bookstore in the borough houses over 60,000 volumes — and even more incredible stories.
Judaica is so over, was the reaction Jenna Weissman Joselit got for her last column. Not so fast, she argues.