Ariel Gee, a recent college graduate, is standing near the corner of E. 47th Street and Second Avenue, perfectly still, holding a paper plate with the words "It's better to be disliked than pitied" written on it in ballpoint pen, as a crowd of more than 10,000 roils around her. It's an old quote att ... More >>
The holiday season is officially upon us, or, as it is known in the nonprofit world, the "giving season." Giving season -- loosely defined as November and December -- is the months when holiday cheer and consumer guilt hit their respective peaks. Mix in the fact that it's also, conveniently, the ... More >>
Why Liberal Jews Have Lost Their Courage on Israel
Orthodox Jews, Angered Over Recent Cases, Up in Arms Against Brooklyn D.A.