An owner of the restaurant formerly known as Jezebel says the idea to ditch the biblical troublemaker’s name was decided before the Orthodox Union took over kosher certification last week.
Superstorm Sandy washed away much of the first floor of Sue Nurnberger’s two-story home in Amity Harbor on the South Shore of Suffolk County.
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The Bronx Jews are like Tom and Huckleberry at their own funeral: “dead” and mourned, somewhat raggedy, yet more alive than anyone dreamed.
Nine years ago, Thomas Cline traveled from Washington, D.C., to Brooklyn to tour seven buildings occupied by the United Talmudical Academy.
Four months after its clergy was roundly criticized for hailing the United Nations’ recognition of Palestinians, the board of B’nai Jeshurun in Manhattan has “implemented a new thoughtful sequence of oversight and approval processes.”
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