The event was part of the “Shine a Light on Antisemitism” campaign, which aims to raise awareness about antisemitism in order to encourage individuals and their communities to fight against it.
Open since 2010, Dough shuttered all but one storefront during the height of the pandemic, operating only out of its West 19th Street location.
“Jewish comedy was softer and sweeter. New York comedy was tougher and more explosive,” Brooks, 95, tells The New Yorker.
It’s the first time in the Orthodox Jewish school’s history that it’s topped the poll of top teams, which was published Monday by D3Hoops.com.
Mayor Adams lights the first candle with New York's real estate tycoon Rotem Rosen, and speaks to the audience about the meaning of the holiday from his memories of Hanukkah celebrations.
“Woke up this morning to preschoolers protesting,” the TikTok video narrates.
Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade will return to its traditional 2.5 mile route this year with dozens of balloons, floats and inflatables.
The latest Hanukkah parody video from the New York-based Jewish a-cappella group "Six13" is based on the iconic 1957 Broadway musical, “West Side Story.”
The dispute has pulled in some high-powered neighbors and advocates on both sides, including legendary PBS journalist Bill Moyers and a “Who’s Who” of prominent Jewish New Yorkers.
Israeli tech executives and investors meet in New York to discuss industry reset.