Dan Hanegby was the No. 1 Israeli tennis player when he was 16, and later served in the Israeli Defense Forces and volunteered for the Special Forces.
Wiesel’s name graces the corner of Manhattan’s Central Park West and West 84 Street, following the Nobel laureate and Holocaust survivor’s death.
— New York City has named a street after Holocaust survivor, author and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Elie Wiesel. The southwest corner of 84t…
Dan Hanegby, Israel’s former tennis number one, became the first fatal victim of a bicycle accident using New York’s Citi Bike program.
This kosher Riesling is as fun to drink as a summer cocktail.
The death of the brother of Leiby Kletzky’s killer is still a mystery.
— Tens of thousands of people lined Manhattan’s Fifth Avenue to show their support for Israel. The “Celebrate Israel” parade was held…
— A $5 million lawsuit filed in Manhattan Supreme Court charges that a New York City landlord ignored decades of requests for repairs by a …
Amid a new round of buyouts, the New York Times is getting rid of the position of public editor, according to a report in the Huffington Post.
The words “No Jews” were spray-painted from floor to ceiling on the walls of a home for sale in Rockland County, which has a growing Jewish community.