New York

  • Little-Known Group Wins Day Care Deal

    By Josh Nathan-Kazis

    B’Above, a little-known Hasidic group, scored the biggest contract in New York’s new city-funded day care program. How did it beat out established groups?Read More

    The Pickle Throw Down

    By Rachel Yerkey

    Rahm Emanuel Disses New York

    By Renee Ghert-Zand

    Haimish to Haute in New York

    By Adeena Sussman

    Matzo ball soup in Nolita or kreplach in the new Kutsher’s in Tribeca? Stop rubbing your eyes: Jewish food is indeed having its New York moment in the limelight.Read More

    Schneiderman Gets Used to the Spotlight

    By Josh Nathan-Kazis

    For a rising politician, New York attorney general Eric Schneiderman avoids personal details. He vaguely describes becoming more actively involved in Jewish life as an adult.Read More

    State Lawmakers Ramp Up Anti-Iran Push

    By Nathan Guttman

    State lawmakers are trying to take a stand against Iran. But analysts question whether the local sanctions measures will have any real impact on Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.Read More

    Keep the Frack Out of My Challah

    By Mirele Goldsmith

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