A New York suburb that was established by Nazi sympathizers in the years leading up to World War Two still uses discriminatory housing practices to ensure its residents remain white, according to a lawsuit filed this week.
When Ezra Millstein’s wife suggested buying a burial plot, he first recoiled at the reminder of his mortality. Then, he saw the romantic side of her proposal.
A diverse group of Jewish, Christian and Muslim neighbors came together to learn, pray for peace and break the fast together in Roslyn, New York.
Jen Selter, dubbed the ‘Butt Queen of Instagram’ with more than 3 million followers has been named the New York Post’s new fitness columnist. The column’s name: Kicking Butt.
A Long Island yeshiva student was charged with repeatedly scrawling anti-Semitic graffiti inside a commuter train station.
There’s a Jewish entry in this year’s summer trash TV sweepstakes. The show’s so tacky it may give the offensive term Jewish American Princess an even worse name.
Brooklyn’s brownstone neighborhoods and Boro Park are a stone’s throw away but worlds apart. The gulf illustrates the fast-shifting map of New York’s Jewish population.
The failure of Congress to deliver on promises of disaster aid for victims of Hurricane Sandy has left Jewish institutions and business in limbo. Many are raging at the delay.
Ping pong prodigy Estee Ackerman, an 11-year-old from Long Island, was disqualified from her final event at the 2012 US National Table Tennis Championships in Las Vegas when her match fell on the Jewish holy day of rest and she chose not to play, the New York Post reported.