New York

“The child is not the mere creature of the state”

Marvin Schick
Aug. 13 2019 12:01AM

Anti-Catholic bigotry and “substantial equivalency.”

July 19 2019 12:01AM

An expansion of freedom to follow halakhah, or a license to kill?

Ruth Friedman, Shmuel Herzfeld and Daniel Korobkin
Feb. 18 2019 12:01AM

The consequences of efforts to force state curriculum guidelines on ultra-Orthodox schools.

Feb. 12 2019 12:01AM

Mordecai Manuel Noah’s Ararat.

Jenna Weissman Joselit
Nov. 8 2018 12:01AM

An important piece of legislation.

Benjamin Weinthal and Asaf Romirowsky
May 12 2016 12:01AM

Religious schools save New York taxpayers billions, yet the state legislature has dropped a tax-relief measure for parents with children in religious schools. Why?

Seth Lipsky
April 4 2014 12:01AM

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Mosaic
Feb. 13 2014 1:29PM

The New York City human-rights commission is prosecuting several Jewish businesses for posting a dress code. The case is not only groundless but based. . .

Mark Hemingway
Jan. 21 2014 12:00AM

The Leonard Bernstein Letters, just published, reveal more about both the outer and inner life of the American Jewish composer than any biography.

Norman Lebrecht
Nov. 4 2013 12:00AM

Jack Hidary, an Orthodox entrepreneur, may not be New York’s first choice for mayor in this year’s election, but is he planning a bigger run in 2017?

Romy Zipken
Aug. 23 2013 12:00AM

Despite being funded by stalwart Zionists, two of New York’s major Jewish cultural institutions are increasingly sympathetic to anti-Israel agitation.

Bethany Mandel
Aug. 21 2013 12:00AM

“If you want to learn about life in 20th-century urban America, and the Jewish experience in particular, . . . Bellow’s work should be the first port of call.”

Adrian Tahourdin
July 22 2013 12:00AM

Was the great writer a xenophobe and anti-Semite? A closer reading, especially of his 1907 The American Scene, suggests otherwise.

Stephen Miller
July 12 2013 12:00AM