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Williamsburg »

$2.5K in Jewish Religious Items Stolen From Williamsburg Car, Police Say

A tefillin and a religious cape worth a combined $2,525 were stolen from the vehicle, police said.

Inwood »

Inwood Couple Opens Home to Growing Jewish Population

Rabbi Herschel Hartz has been doing outreach activities for two years, but recently moved to Inwood.

Upper West Side »

Vertical Farm Grows in Lobby of JCC to Kick Off Yearlong Celebration

The walls will house vertical vegetation as part of a collaboration with an ecology center in Israel.

Chelsea »

Thousands of Rare Books on Display at Jewish Center

The Center for Jewish History's new rare book room includes volumes by Franz Kafka and Albert Einstein.

Upper East Side »

Illuminated Torah on Display at Metropolitan Museum of Art

The manuscript dates to the 15th century and will be on view until January 2014.

Chelsea »

Moroccan Jewish Feast Comes to Chelsea for Rosh Hashana

The feast by NYShuk aims to introduce Jewish-Moroccan food for the High Holidays.

Williamsburg »

Kabbalah Classes Start at the Edge Condos

A 10-week class is starting at the Williamsburg waterfront building.

Chelsea »

Puppet Show Teaches Kids About Passover Traditions

"The Matzo Time Crunch" kicks off on Sunday at the Center for Jewish History in Chelsea.

Upper East Side »

Jewish Museum Launches 'Pay What You Wish' Thursdays

The Jewish Museum is letting visitors pay what they choose on Thursdays, officials said.

Chelsea »

Superman's Jewish Roots on Display at 75th Anniversary Exhibit

"Superman at 75" launches in January at the Center for Jewish History.

Chelsea »

Hanukkah Burlesque Show Comes to Chelsea for One Crazy Night

The Menorah Horah will bring a steamy show to the Highline Ballroom on Dec. 9.

Garment District »

LGBT-Friendly Synagogue Races to Raise $4M for New Building

Congregation Beit Simchat Torah raised $13M in a year, but still needs $4M more to open a new building.

Flushing »

Nearly 60K Ultra-Orthodox Jews Tackle Internet Peril at Citi Field Rally

Nearly 60,000 people are expected to meet Sunday on ways to keep "kosher" on the Internet.

Midtown & Theater District »

Ancient Ten Commandments Scroll on Display in Times Square

The scroll, more than 2,000-years-old, will be on display at Discovery TImes Square until Jan. 2.

Manhattan »

Peace, prosperity and a Mild Winter on Wish List for Rosh Hashanah

Manhattanites celebrated Rosh Hashanah Thursday with hopes for peace, happiness, and even good weather.