Jewish New Year

Tristan Lewis is ready to enjoy an apple he just picked at Masker Orchards in Warwick, on Friday, Sept. 19. (Credit: CBS 2)

Apple Picking Season Gets Into High Gear

With the Jewish New Year just one week away, it is a very sweet time for local apple orchards and honey makers.

09/19/2014

A menorah that was found burning outside a Jewish religious center in Brooklyn is seen on Thursday, Sept. 5, 2013. (credit: Juliet Papa/1010 WINS)

Menorah Found Burning Outside Brooklyn Religious Center

Firefighters arrived at the Chabbad Lubavitch of Kensington religious center to find the 5 by 3 foot menorah in flames.

09/05/2013

Blowing the shofar on Rosh Hashanah (file/credit: PAL PILLAI/AFP/Getty Images)

A Guide To Celebrating Rosh Hashanah In New York City

Happy New Year! Or should we say, L’Shana Tova? Rosh Hashanah, the Hebrew new year and one of the High Holidays in Judaism, began at sundown Sunday night.

09/17/2012

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Tri-State Jews Mark Rosh Hashanah At Sunset

The Jewish New Year began at sunset Wednesday evening. It also marks one of the major holidays of Judaism and the start of the “High Holy Day” period, which ends a week from Saturday.

09/08/2010

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An Out-Of-Towner’s NYC Guide To Rosh Hashanah

Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, is one of the High Holidays on the Jewish calendar, and also one of the most festive. Families gather together to revel in the memories of the year past, […]

CBS 2–09/08/2010