Rise In Hate Crimes Inspires Movement To Educate Brooklyn Students About Jewish History, CultureA group of about 100 students started the day with a march for love not hate, then they got a tour of the Jewish Children's Museum in Crown Heights.
'One Day Then The Cattle Car Comes': New York Hosts Largest Auschwitz U.S. Exhibition To Keep History AliveA groundbreaking exhibition in New York is presenting a collection of original objects from Auschwitz.
Famous Painting Stolen In World War II Returned To Owner's FamilyA nearly 100-year-old painting, stolen by the Nazis in 1941, has been returned to its rightful owner.
Museum Of Jewish Heritage To Open Center To Examine Anti-SemitismThe Museum of Jewish Heritage is creating an anti-Semitism center to examine the root cause of bigotry.
Woman Who Lived Through The Holocaust Shares Inspiring Story Of SurvivalHolocaust Remembrance Day is being commemorated around the region Thursday, including at the Yeshiva of Flatbush, where there will be a program with survivors.
Residents Fear Beer Garden Will Bring Ruckus To Battery Park CityDevelopers are planning to convert the historic Pier A, which has sat empty for more than two decades, into a dining and drinking establishment that will fit more than 1,000 people.
Holocaust Survivors, Families Take Part In Holocaust Remembrance Day EventsNew York's largest commemoration is held at Temple Emanu-El on Manhattan's Upper East Side. The Annual Gathering of Remembrance was started more than 40 years ago by Holocaust survivors.
Security Still Tight At Jewish Sites In NYC Following France AttackThe NYPD stresses there is no specific threat against New York City, but has added extra patrols at 50 locations in response to the seemingly religiously motivated murders in Toulouse, France.