Anti-Semitism is “alive and well,” declared Bill de Blasio to the congregants of Hampton Synagogue in Westhampton Beach.
The Trump family consistently hid its German ancestry from customers and investors, according to an article in The New York Times.
Ariana Siegel explains why leaders in the Jewish community need to stand up to injustice happening mostly in non-Jewish communities.
The gentrification of Crown Heights is an ill that impacts the entire neighborhood — including Hasidic Jews, Mordechai Lightstone writes.
Two Hasidic men are challenging the clause in their plea deal that says their community service must take place in a ‘culturally diverse neighborhood.’
Much has changed in Crown Heights in the past 25 years, since the accidental death of a black boy touched off three days of rioting in which black youths attacked religious Jews in the Brooklyn neighborhood.
Fred Schwartz, a New York-area philanthropist and businessman who marketed affordable mink, sable and fox under the name “Fred the Furrier,” has died at 83.
An anonymous source is saying that Jon Kushner, cousin to Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner, is planning to run for mayor of New York in 2018.
For Talmon Marco, ride sharing is not only about business but also about ethics.
No more clowns or ponies will perform in public shows at a treasured New York circus that helped make entertainment accessible to people of all backgrounds.