The walls will house vertical vegetation as part of a collaboration with an ecology center in Israel.
The Center for Jewish History's new rare book room includes volumes by Franz Kafka and Albert Einstein.
The manuscript dates to the 15th century and will be on view until January 2014.
The feast by NYShuk aims to introduce Jewish-Moroccan food for the High Holidays.
A 10-week class is starting at the Williamsburg waterfront building.
"The Matzo Time Crunch" kicks off on Sunday at the Center for Jewish History in Chelsea.
The Jewish Museum is letting visitors pay what they choose on Thursdays, officials said.
"Superman at 75" launches in January at the Center for Jewish History.
The Menorah Horah will bring a steamy show to the Highline Ballroom on Dec. 9.
Congregation Beit Simchat Torah raised $13M in a year, but still needs $4M more to open a new building.
Nearly 60,000 people are expected to meet Sunday on ways to keep "kosher" on the Internet.
The scroll, more than 2,000-years-old, will be on display at Discovery TImes Square until Jan. 2.
Manhattanites celebrated Rosh Hashanah Thursday with hopes for peace, happiness, and even good weather.
The SoHo Synagogue, in an old Gucci store, is built to be attractive to a younger crowd.
The state has slashed its team of kosher inspectors, putting enforcement into private hands.
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