Passerby sported masks emblazoned with images of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s face, or simply the word “Vote!”
And she’s pregnant, too.
An event featuring Ari Shavit, the Israeli author and columnist accused last year of sexual assault, has disappeared from the 92Y website.
A little-known rabbi has launched a media assault against the venerable 92nd Street Y for serving a “kosher style” meal at its fundraising gala.
A prominent Brooklyn rabbi who left the clergy world last year has taken a leadership post at a major cultural and community center in New York.
Jewish-food luminaries say preserving culinary traditions is up to a new generation.
A panel of esteemed Jewish foodies get together at the 92nd Street Y for a talk entitled ‘Noshing in New York.’
Sol Adler, the disgraced former executive director of the 92nd Street Y, has hanged himself in his Brooklyn home — two years after the organization’s corruption scandal.
92Y hired Henry Timms as part of its effort to put the scandal of ex-leader Sol Adler behind it. But it raised some eyebrows that the new chief is not Jewish.
The 92nd Street Y announced today two new appointments: Henry Timms will be the new Executive Director, and Rabbi Peter J. Rubinstein the Director of Jewish Community.