New York City’s cosplay Castros sentence a new generation of owners and tenants to socialist squalor
If Orthodox Jews were really to blame for spreading the coronavirus, as the mayor asserted, why weren’t their neighborhoods added to his ‘hardest hit’ list designated to receive the vaccine ASAP?
New York’s scapegoated Haredi communities appear to be the last Americans capable of maintaining a sane balance between science and faith
Unfair treatment from city and state officials is no excuse for rabbis and activists to spread division and misinformation about a deadly virus
The Staten Island congressman faces a tough reelection battle and a reckoning with policies that might be pursued by Democrats after a Biden victory
Democratic congressional primary wins by Jamaal Bowman and Mondaire Jones sweep old-guard Jews from power in New York
Dispatch from a post-curfew New York City protest, where the bicycle is decreed illegal, and misrule rules
He bungled his COVID-19 response, plunging the city into a charnel. Now he is blaming the Jews.
What’s next for kosher butchers, Judaica stores, and other centers of Manhattan Jewish life?
A remembrance of sales past
Tragedy transformed Devorah Halberstam into New York City’s most outspoken expert on anti-Semitic crime. Are we listening?
Three prominent progressive rabbis and community leaders say doing so sparks racism; Liel Leibovitz responds
An elite New York private school, founded by Jews, is rocked by allegations of systemic anti-Semitism
Looking for tracks to my father’s unobtainable past, in old Jewish New York
Eighty years ago, the state tried to take over religious education. What happened next still serves as a blueprint for concerned parents and educators.
As the leading targets of hate crimes, Jews are routinely being attacked in the streets of New York City. So why is no one acting like it’s a big deal?
A 1929 practical method for typing in Yiddish, on display at YIVO, is a keyhole into a little-known world of printing machines, and the pipe dreams behind their invention
A New York judge concludes drug and alcohol problems are the real culprit in the case of a man ‘repeatedly bashing an 84-year-old man on the head with a fire extinguisher while shouting, “I’m going to kill you, you mother f—ng Jew!”’
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