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Upper East Side »

76-Year-Old Man Gets Trapped in UES Synagogue's Ritual Pool, FDNY Says

The man stepped into a shaft that feeds water to Chabad Upper East Side's ritual pool, officials said.

Crown Heights »

Man Busted After Trying to Get Reward for Stolen Jewish Prayer Items: NYPD

The suspect allegedly stole tefillin and then tried to return them for a reward.

Crown Heights »

Thousands Expected for Lag B'Omer Parade on Eastern Parkway This Weekend

"The Great Parade" began in the 1950s as a celebration of Jewish children, organizers said.

Hudson Heights »

Uptown Jewish Congregation Selling Synagogue After 43 Years

The Washington Heights Congregation will leave West 179th Street.

Upper East Side »

Christians, Muslims and Jews to Gather for Interfaith Passover Seder

The event at Park Avenue Christian Church hopes to break down barriers between religious communities.

Inwood »

Wandering Jewish Congregation Finds Home in Inwood Pharmacy

Inwood Jews is hosting weekly Scripture learning sessions at Dichter Pharmacy.

Carroll Gardens »

Brooklyn's Dassara Serves 'Kosher-Style' Ramen with Jewish Flavors

The Spicy Village Ramen brings traditional Jewish ingredients to the Japanese noodle dish.

Chinatown »

Woks and Lox Dinner Party to Celebrate Jewish-Chinese Fusion

The third annual Woks and Lox will be held at Nom Wah Tea Parlor in Chinatown on Dec. 28.

Williamsburg »

Attack on Hasidic Man in Williamsburg Investigated as Possible Hate Crime

A man was approached and hit in South Williamsburg Sunday night, officials confirmed.

Washington Heights »

Washington Heights' Jewish Population Thriving After Lean Years

After many years of shrinking numbers, uptown has seen an uptick in its Jewish community.

Williamsburg »

Little-Known Hasidic Sect Emerges as Political Powerbroker in Mayor's Race

The Hasidic sect of Aroni Jews have emerged as a powerhouse, propelling de Blasio to a primary win.

Crown Heights »

Pop-Up Gallery Hosts 'Creative Soul' Arts Festival in Hasidic Crown Heights

Crown Heights' third annual Hasidic arts festival includes concerts, films and lecture series.

Bed-Stuy »

'First Ever' Communal Rosh Hashana Meal a Sign of Ever-Changing Bed-Stuy

The meal, organized by Rabbi Ari Kirshenbaum, targeted newcomers in Bed-Stuy.

Prospect Heights »

'Brooklyn' Ketubahs Give Ancient Aramaic Marriage Contract a Modern Edge

Young female artists in Brooklyn are updating the venerable Jewish bridal contract for hip city couples.

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