Since opening six months ago, the space has already played host to art fairs, concerts, exhibitions, conferences and galas.
Jewish groups planned a demonstration at ICE’s Manhattan headquarters Thursday over the Trump administration’s “zero-tolerance” immigration policy.
New York’s attorney general on Thursday sued Ivanka Trump along with her father President Trump and his namesake foundation.
After helping students cheat on New York state testing, Brooklyn teacher Joshua Levine faced no punishment and continued to teach at PS 116.
Ah, the first week of June: Roses are out, yet New Yorkers inexplicably still need to wear jackets to leave their apartments; the Tony Awards are nearly upon us; the NBA Finals are disappointingly turning into the rout we all miserably anticipated; summer, it appears, is only half-enthusiastic about making an appearance in 2018. Tough luck, summer! We’ll have dubious fun with or without you. (See: My weekend plans for a trip to the beach, on a day when no one thinks it will be warm enough to even stick a toe in the ocean.)
“Everyone should be able to enjoy the beach,” he said of his Jewish and Muslim constituents.
Despite the number of Jewish artists involved, “Sex and the City” treats Jews as sex fiends.
City Point ties together “Downtown Brooklyn’s grand past with its thriving future.”
New York Senators passed a bill Monday banning state funds going to any person, group or business “funding an economic war against Israel.”
More than 1,000 police officers will secure the Israel Day Parade in New York City.