An exhibit celebrates the contributions of Jews to the business of chocolate.
The exhibit offers a fascinating, immersive account of the Jewish history of chocolate making and merchandising.
The event at Manhattan’s Temple Emanu-El Streicker Center will take place on October 25.
The fate of Lincoln Square Synagogue calls to mind the 1927 razing of Temple Emanu-El, arguably New York City’s premier Reform congregation.
Ed Koch ate shellfish and carried a photo of a Catholic cardinal for good luck. But he was a fiercely proud Jew, a contradictory legacy that was on full display at his funeral.
Former New York City Mayor Ed Koch was memorialized as a wisecracking leader who helped transform the city from a symbol of urban decay to the vital, glittering metropolis it is today.
Hawaii’s largest temple, beset by synagogue politics that spurred a violent incident and allegations of “Nazi-like propaganda,” cemented the ouster of its rabbi with the election of a new board.
Leave it to a debate over a mosque to refocus attention on Michael Bloomberg’s Judaism.