Lessons Learned: Hebrew-language charter schools are spreading across the nation, and cultivating a new generation of goodwill ambassadors for Israel.
Even Drier, Please: Shoppers pick up boxes of matzo for Passover. Competition from Isreaeli brands has shaken up the market for unleavened bread.
Is This Kosher? Meat certified as kosher is being slaughtered overseas using techniques that many consider inhumane.
Global Message: Photographer Danny Goldfield shows visitor Fathy Hegazy around his exhibit of portraits of New York children. The show provided a low-key opening to the controversial Park51 Islamic center in lower Manhattan.
Family Home: Katharine Greider tells her family?s history from the tenements of the Lower East Side.
Model City: A decade after 9/11, Daniel Libeskind?s dream for a new Ground Zero is coming to life.
Sense of History: Daniel Libeskind says he never intended for his plans for the World Trade Center site to be implemented without changes.
Rising: AJC?s Linda Lansky stands next to new, energy-efficient elevator equipment.
Aleph Bet: A classroom at Brooklyn?s Hebrew Language Academy, New York’s first charter school devoted to teaching Hebrew to a diverse student body.
Grave Keeper: HBO researcher, Michael Hirsch, spruces up the graves of Christian and Jewish victims of the Triangle fire.