The attackers yelled anti-Jewish racial slurs at the victim.
“Our school is requesting of the New York Times to remove the picture of our institution from the web-based article and publish an apology.”
“I need to have the rabbi’s certificate,” one restaurant owner explained. “If I don’t have (it) I have nothing.”
“This is the Orthodoxy I identify with,” Miles told Jewish Week. “I still want to stay here and fight and represent the charge.”
What kind of message are we sending our daughters & sons when they look through a magazine&there are no female faces to be seen?, Flatbush Girl wrote.
Who says you can’t go home again? Singer Neil Diamond returned to Brooklyn for a surprise performance at the high school he attended six decades ago.
As the number of Holocaust survivors dwindles, Witness Theater offers a new approach to preserving their stories — matching them with teens to dramatize their lives.
A Jewish emergency medical service is receiving flak for failing to report a hit-and-run to the New York Police Department last week.
Bitcoin has become a popular alternative to physical money. Who knew one of the masterminds behind the virtual currency’s popularity was a yeshiva kid?
Former U.S. Congressman Anthony Weiner, attempting a political comeback two years after resigning in disgrace from the legislature, has taken the lead over his Democratic rivals in the race for New York City mayor, a poll showed.