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Upper West Side »

While disturbing, the exhibit shares an important part of our history, according to the curators.

Upper West Side »

"Whatever he does, he never hides the fact that he’s Jewish," said the store's co-owner.

Inwood »

Herschel Hartz, 30, said the religious artifact was stolen from his apartment door on Sunday night. 

Washington Heights »

The suspect told the 20-year-old victim his "religion was a lie," police said.

Chelsea »

The NYPD Hate Crimes Task Force is investigating the alleged attack, police said.

Fort Greene »

Gan on Greene, the first Jewish preschool in Fort Greene, will open next fall.

Upper West Side »

Police are investigating the beating at a local Jewish store Monday as a hate crime.

Upper East Side »

The Jewish Museum is hosting a dance party with live music and an open bar Nov. 19.

Upper West Side »

Lincoln Square Synagogue's Rabbi Shaul Robinson said his congregation is experiencing a resurgence.

Williamsburg »

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

Inwood »

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

Williamsburg »

The victim, 53, was hit with an umbrella at the Marcy Avenue train station in Williamsburg, police said.

Bushwick »

Michael Avila deleted his Instagram and Facebook accounts after talking to his mother's Jewish friend.

Bushwick »

The owner of Bushwick's Coffee Shop posted a screed on Instagram calling Jews "greedy infiltrators."

Prospect Heights »

The show by photographer Chie Nishio will open Thursday at the Brooklyn Public Library's main branch.