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Bring the Taxis to Brooklyn

There was much discussion earlier this month concerning a proposal made by Mayor Bloomberg and other politicians to auction off 2,000 taxi medallions, or...

The Message and the Messenger: It’s Bob Turner Again

It was just over nine months ago when a sole Republican generated a political earthquake in Washington, D.C. Bob Turner, once an unknown Catholic...

The JV Casts its Vote for Hakeem Jeffries

We at the Jewish Voice aren’t normally in the business of endorsing Democrats for political office, but we suppose there’s a first time for...

The War on Cola

Now this isn’t a Jewish issue per se, but it is a New York issue. And if a two-liter of Coca-Cola, or Pepsi, or...

No One’s Gonna Rain on Our Parade

So this year’s Celebrate Israel Parade was pretty spectacular. For those of you who weren’t able to be there, check out this week’s center...

Why We’re Going to the Celebrate Israel Parade (and Why You Should, Too!)

There has been a fair deal of machloket (that is to say, animated debate) within New York’s Jewish community these past few months vis-à-vis...

Chareidim vs. Progress?

This Sunday was the big asifa at Citi Field, called together to address the perils of the Internet. With over 50,000 in attendance, this...

Jewish Voices: Speak Up!

How can the interests of an individual be balanced with those of her community? How can a person’s reputation be protected without compromising his...

The World’s Smallest Violin

So to protest the conditions of their confinement (namely, the fact that they’re sitting in jail and not out on murder sprees), some 1,500...

Kosher Journalism

So we’ve been getting a lot of letters lately, some of them clearly part of an organized, or semi-organized campaign. (I say that because...

Their Fair Share

Those of you who follow Israeli affairs (and what better way is there to do that from outside Israel than reading the Jewish Voice?)...

Ahmed Qurei and the Definition of Irony

Apparently, officials from the Palestinian Authority are either immune to irony or are willfully ignorant in their approach to the “peace process,” which admittedly...

Günter Crass

If you’re like me, you’re probably not a big follower of German literature. In fact, for me personally, the sound of spoken German, on...

Little Pharaohs

“When Pharaoh saw that there was relief, he hardened his heart, and he did not hearken to them, as the L-rd had spoken.” (Exodus...

Neturei Karta and the Erev Rav

When the ancient Israelites were led out of Egypt, it turns out that not everyone was 100% on board with the idea. Those who...

CUNY Faculty Grievances Reflect Lack of Gratitude

The Board of Trustees at the City University of New York (CUNY) have been pushing for an initiative, backed by student groups and experienced...

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