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Israel Parade Protesters: ‘Israel Out of Palestine, Cops Out of NYC’

NYPD made quick work of the agitators who were attempting to block both mayors from continuing their march.

NYC Israel Day Parade 2017

Tens of thousands marched and hundreds of thousands cheered them on all the way up Fifth Avenue.

NYC Police Commissioner Bill Bratton Resigns

NYC Police Commissioner Bill Bratton has resigned from his post to take a job in the private sector.

In NYC, The ‘Slush Man’ Cometh

New Yorkers are facing brutal cold and slushy snow with more in the forecast; it's sunny and warm in Israel.

NYC All Prepped Up But ‘No Snow Go, Mayor DeBlasio’

It was supposed to be the "historic snowstorm of the past half-century." But in NYC it just didn't happen that way.

New York Goes All White and Blue for Annual Israel Parade

U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo and New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg were among the dignitaries who marched in Sunday's annual Celebrate Israel Parade in the Big Apple.

A Morah’s View from Out-of-town

When you‘re here, over the rainbow, it is different. Being out-of-town is not about living in some neighborhood of Brooklyn (other than Boro Park, Williamsburg, or Flatbush). Living out-of-town also does not mean living in other parts of the Big Apple, like Manhattan or Queens. It doesn’t even mean living in the suburbs – like the Five Towns or Great Neck. Being here, over the rainbow, means living away.

Apple Country

One of the cool benefits of living way north of the GW Bridge and the Big Apple is that we are in real apple country. On a whim, we can take the kids to a local orchard not ten minutes from our house, and become one with nature. It feels just like the olden days - only back then, the farmers would pay hired hands to pick the apples, while we actually pay the farmers to please, please let us harvest their fruit.

Addressing the ‘Beef’

Dear Readers, From time to time, members of The Jewish Press community take the time and trouble to write or e-mail me sharing their feelings regarding something I wrote. Most of the comments are supportive and encouraging - and some are not. Either way, I appreciate all reader input, negative or positive, as it lets me know that my thoughts and observations are having an impact.

Fishl’s Footrace: An Interview With Fred Lebow’s Biographer

Fred Lebow, who died in October 1994, took a small race that had been held in Central Park and turned it into a Big Apple spectacle - the New York City Marathon, the world's greatest footrace.

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