New York City

The borough was once 49-percent Jewish.

Julia Gergely
Nov. 18 2022 12:01AM

“The proper thing to do was to make him ridiculous.”

Dovi Safier and Yehuda Geberer
Nov. 4 2022 12:01AM

A growing sense of chaos.

Armin Rosen
Aug. 30 2022 12:01AM

Relying on the very sensitivity-training complex that has allowed fashionable bigotries to fester and bloom.

Armin Rosen
July 5 2022 12:01AM

A five-fold increase in hate crimes against the city’s Jews.

Robert Cherry
March 30 2022 12:01AM

New York City is no longer the sole center of gravity.

Michael Feldstein
March 14 2022 12:01AM

“An attack on our Jewish community is an attack on every New Yorker.”

Luke Tress
Feb. 17 2022 12:01AM

A new hasidic art gallery grows in Brooklyn and is already bucking stereotypes. Can it survive, and what does it suggest about contemporary Orthodox life?

Feb. 17 2022 12:01AM

After establishing strong ties with some Orthodox communities, he burned his bridges with a single tweet.

Jacob Kornbluh
Dec. 28 2021 12:01AM

Incentivizing better Orthodox schooling is less legally fraught, more politically appealing, and more likely to succeed in practice than forced regulation.

Dec. 2 2021 12:24AM

And an insult to the Jewish naval hero who commissioned the statue.

Oct. 25 2021 12:01AM

And those who advocate it have embraced anti-Semitism.

Hannah Meyers
July 8 2021 12:01AM

Why Andrew Yang is right about ḥasidic education.

Michael Broyde and Moshe Krakowski
June 21 2021 12:01AM

Why “Hitler was right” and “Death to Israel” trended on Twitter.

Michael Ruiz
May 21 2021 12:01AM