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October 7, 2016  RSS feed
World News

NY museum returns, buys back Nazi-looted painting

NEW YORK (JTA) – A New York art museum returned, and subsequently bought back, a painting taken from the widow of a Jewish art collector when she fled Nazi Germany.  More...

Meet Harlem’s African-American rugelach king

NEW YORK — With a JCC down the block and a Chabad on the next street corner over, it’s not surprising that this New York City bakery sells rugelach.  More...

Small-town Colorado shul closes after 127 years

(JTA) – The oldest continuously operating synagogue in Colorado has closed after 127 years.  Temple Aaron in Trinidad, near the state’s New Mexico border, closed the week before Rosh Hashanah, Colorado Public Radio reported. It was the first time in the synagogue’s history that it did not host High Holiday services.  More...

Carnegie Deli to close by year’s end

(JTA) – The Carnegie Deli, a New York City mecca for Jewish foods since 1937, will close at the end of the year.  Owner Marian Harper Levine broke the news to employees on Sept. 30, The New York Post reported. She will leave the restaurant open until Dec. 31 so that staffers can benefit from tips during the busy holiday season.  More...

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