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It was supposed to be the "historic snowstorm of the past half-century." But in NYC it just didn't happen that way.
The New York premier of Sony's new film, "The Interview" has been scrapped due to a terror threat.
A healthcare worker has returned to the US from West Africa suffering with symptoms resulting in testing for the Ebola virus at NYC's Bellevue Hospital.
Israel's Prime Minister Netanyahu met late Sunday in New York with his counterpart from India, Narendra Modi. Both seemed pleased.
A Jewish carpenter is suing New York City’s Housing Authority after allegedly being threatened and insulted with anti-Semitic epithets.
Protesters who plan to demonstrate today at the world's largest shofar-blowing event in history in New York City have drawn praise from the Israeli government.
I have had reoccurring severely sprained ankles from a previous injury at work in late 2010, so I cannot get all the required signatures on foot myself.
Anthony Weiner’s aide has confirmed that the newest mayoral candidate will attend The Jewish Press’s mayoral forum, making it one of his first public...
Joel Silverstein is a comrade-in-arms. We share many ideas about the creation and nature of contemporary Jewish Art, as well as a commitment to the growing Jewish Art community, exemplified by the Jewish Art Salon of which we are both founding members and curators. This exhibition of his recent work at the Kraft Center for Jewish Student Life at Columbia/Barnard gives us the crucial opportunity to examine the complex richness of his artwork.
While staying at a Manhattan hotel, on Friday the Israeli prime minister made a phone "to go" purchase from Pomegranate.
The exhibitions that precede Judaic auctions are rather special events for anyone who has a feeling for the fabric of Jewish life as it has been lived for the last 500 years. Not only is one afforded the opportunity to see a wide variety of Judaica, books, manuscripts and Jewish art of considerable historic importance, but if something strikes your fancy; intellectually or acquisitively, you can actually handle the objects. For most artwork the thrill is in seeing it up close and judging the brushstrokes and details of a painting or watercolor. One stands in the exact proximity as the creator did.