The victim, 53, was hit with an umbrella at the Marcy Avenue train station in Williamsburg, police said.
Michael Avila deleted his Instagram and Facebook accounts after talking to his mother's Jewish friend.
The owner of Bushwick's Coffee Shop posted a screed on Instagram calling Jews "greedy infiltrators."
The show by photographer Chie Nishio will open Thursday at the Brooklyn Public Library's main branch.
The man stepped into a shaft that feeds water to Chabad Upper East Side's ritual pool, officials said.
The suspect allegedly stole tefillin and then tried to return them for a reward.
"The Great Parade" began in the 1950s as a celebration of Jewish children, organizers said.
The Washington Heights Congregation will leave West 179th Street.
The event at Park Avenue Christian Church hopes to break down barriers between religious communities.
Inwood Jews is hosting weekly Scripture learning sessions at Dichter Pharmacy.
The Spicy Village Ramen brings traditional Jewish ingredients to the Japanese noodle dish.
The third annual Woks and Lox will be held at Nom Wah Tea Parlor in Chinatown on Dec. 28.
A man was approached and hit in South Williamsburg Sunday night, officials confirmed.
Sam Esposito has been on the board since 1988.
After many years of shrinking numbers, uptown has seen an uptick in its Jewish community.
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