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“Streit’s: Matzo and the American Dream” is far more than a Jewish Horatio Alger story. It is that, of course — the film documents the story of an immigrant baker who came to the United States and...

4/14/2016
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The scene could easily have been mistaken for a rock concert at one of Brooklyn’s countless music halls.

Smartly dressed 20- and 30-somethings crammed into a small corner building. The...

4/11/2016
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It costs more per pound than filet mignon. It might be burnt or taste like cardboard. It’s so delicate it often breaks in the box, rendering it unfit for Passover ritual use.

Yet every year...

3/31/2016
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The next time Amy Schumer shows up at a restaurant, the wait staff will likely be vying for a chance serve her, and not just in  hopes for an autograph or selfie with the actress-comedian.

3/21/2016
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Now in it’s tenth year, the Kosher Food & Wine Experience (KFWE) came to Chelsea Piers last week to the delight of kosher foodies and wine enthusiasts.

3/7/2016
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Salt Lake City – When Robb Abrams first moved to this mountain city from the New York area six years ago, he loved the idea of living in an outdoorsman’s paradise.

But there was one thing...

3/7/2016
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Russ & Daughters, the landmark New York City appetizing shop and restaurant, is opening a location on the Upper East Side at the Jewish Museum, the preeminent U.S. institution exploring art...

2/23/2016
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New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio responded to Jeb Bush’s controversial gun tweet by posting a photograph of a Jewish deli sandwich with the caption “America.”

2/18/2016
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A Muslim organic farmer from upstate New York made an emergency donation of vegetables to a kosher soup kitchen in Brooklyn.

2/18/2016