(JTA) — A person playing the Pokémon Go game on his smartphone discovered a dead human body behind a Holocaust Memorial in New Hampshire. A young man found the body floating in Salmon Brook near Rotary Common Park in Nashua, New Hampshire, while hunting for cartoon monsters using the Pokémon Go app, WMUR reported Thursday. Authorities…
Rabbi Jonathan Spira-Savett became an Internet sensation for a moment, when his Tuesday night question to Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton at the CNN town hall event, turned out to produce a rare candid and reflective moment from the former secretary of state.
After virtually tying with Hillary Rodham Clinton in the Iowa Democratic caucus, Sen. Bernie Sanders raised $3 million in a 24-hour period, a record for the insurgent presidential candidate.
With just 10,000 Jews making up less than 1% of New Hampshire’s population, there is no real Jewish vote to speak of in next week’s first-in-the-nation primary. That isn’t keeping Jews from having strong opinions about the intense quadrennial ritual.
For $585,000, you can buy a studio in Manhattan or J.D. Salinger’s house in Cornish, New Hampshire. Contemplating a move, Adam Langer ventures to the faraway land where Salinger lived in seclusion after attaining unwanted fame.
It began with the Cheap Shop. Today there’s a good chance you’ve heard of some of the 10,000 Jews who live in New Hampshire.
What’s better than winning $1,000? Pocketing the cash while smelling bacon. New Hampshire has launched a special ‘I Heart Bacon’ scratch-and-sniff lottery game.
A New Hampshire man was properly charged with a hate crime for threatening two Walmart employees with anti-Semitic statements, the state’s Supreme Court ruled.
An almost century-old mikveh was unearthed in New Hampshire this week. It was found in a ten-acre outdoor history museum, which preserves a neighborhood dating back to the 1600s. The neighborhood was inhabited and not historically preserved until 1950s, when local citizens prevented urban renewal efforts on the land.
A federal board has changed the name of a pond in a small New Hampshire town from Jew Pond to Carleton Pond.