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  1. 'Black Seed' Opens In The Ace Hotel - With Lines Around The BlockRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Forward

    If you'd found yourself above 8th Street in Manhattan, and craved one of Black Seed's near-perfect bagels, you were out of luck - until this week. Noah Bernamoff's white-hot artisan-bagel upstart has opened a gleaming new store inside the hip Ace Hotel at 29th and Broadway.

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  2. A Most Unnatural Experiment With Nature And NurtureRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 15 | Forward

    "It's a lot darker than a Disney movie," Paula Bernstein says to a chirpy talk show host who has just compared the magical coincidences of her separated-at-birth story to a fantasy from the wonderful world of Uncle Walt. The host is gobsmacked by the facts that Paula and her identical twin sister Elyse Schein both edited their high school newspaper, went to film school, and gesture in synch.

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  3. British Visitor Fatally Stabbed By Long Island Woman Trying To 'Rid House Of Evil'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 15 | Forward

    A New York woman fatally stabbed a British visitor in her Nassau County home Monday, in an attempt to "rid the house of evil," CBS New York reported . Faye Doomchin, 66, of Great Neck, is facing a second degree murder charge and was scheduled to appear in court on Tuesday.

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  4. Alissa Quart On Crusading Jewishly For Social JusticeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 15 | Forward

    What happens when the bottom falls out of the middle class? That's the wrenching, relevant question at the heart of "Squeezed: Why Our Families Can't Afford America," Alissa Quart's eloquent and passionate dispatch from what she deems the struggling "Middle Precariat." In deeply etched portraits of struggling professionals, Quart evokes how soaring costs and hostile social policy have trapped middle-class families in quicksands of debt and emotional stress.

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  5. Has The Jewish-Created American Hot Dog Finally Assimilated?Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 15 | Forward

    The story of the New York hot dog is the story of the Jews, and the story of the American hot dog fits squarely in the purview of one Nathan Handwerker. Historians follow the hot dog trail all the way back to Roman emperor Nero's cook Gaius, who may or may not have masterminded the creation of the sausage.

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  6. Ruthie Ann Miles Returns To Stage After Fatal Brooklyn CrashRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 7 | Forward

    Ruthie Ann Miles gave her first stage performance since the devastating car crash that killed her four-year-old daughter and resulted in the loss of her pregnancy. Returning to the role that won her a Tony Award in 2017, Miles appeared in the London production of "The King And I" on the West End as Lady Thiang.

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  7. Max Rose Isn't Your Typical Jewish Democratic CandidateRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 7 | Forward

    The Democrat who's vying for a congressional seat in Staten Island sang along to country music, talked about the Purple Heart he won in Afghanistan and dropped F-bombs as he enthusiastically spoke with a Forward reporter. "I refuse to sit on the sidelines.

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  8. All Of The NYC Kosher Restaurants Where You Can Devour An Impossible BurgerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 1 | Forward

    That's the claim of Impossible Foods, the creators of an entirely plant-based burger that they swear tastes every bit as meaty as the real thing. The result of their 18-month effort, the Impossible Burger , is vegan and certified kosher by the Orthodox Union .

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  9. August Is National Deli Month. It's Time To Fress.Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 1 | Forward

    But Ziggy Gruber's dedication to deli is unwavering. And the Houston-based Kenny & Ziggy's owner is gearing up for his third annual National Deli Month, August 1-31, which spotlights 19 Jewish delis across the country through signature dishes and charity work.

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  10. The Lives Of American Jewish Women - As Seen Through Their Glossy MagazinesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 31 | Forward

    Rosa Sonnenschein, an Austrian-born, quick-witted rabbi's wife living in St. Louis in the late 1800s, wore her curly black hair piled atop her head in a chignon, and only the most fashionable gowns of the era. This, however, is an aside: Sonnenschein was a successful writer and journalist; a seminal voice speaking up for women's membership and expanded roles within the synagogue.

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  11. She Captured The Soul Of Harvey Weinstein - And Bernie Madoff And Anthony WeinerRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jul 28 | Forward

    Since the 1980s, the Brooklyn-born courtroom artist Jane Rosenberg has won attention for her trial portraits of Bernard Madoff, Woody Allen, Leona Helmsley, Anthony Weiner and others, broadcast over all major TV networks. Most recently, her sketches from the prosecution of Harvey Weinstein in downtown Manhattan for rape and other crimes went viral for their batrachian images of the movie producer.

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  12. The Bizarre Saga Of The Man Who Saved 7,000 BabiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 27 | Forward

    Held during the grim depths of the Great Depression, the 1933-34 Chicago World's Fair was an audacious celebration of human potential. The "Century of Progress," as it was dubbed, featured a phantasmagorical display of science and innovation, with dazzling modern architecture and futuristic "homes of tomorrow," "dream cars" and the like.

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  13. Making Challah, The Jewish Miracle Bread, With A Syrian TwistRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 26 | Forward

    Jack Hazan's Grandma Peggy called challah "the miracle bread." She taught him to make it in her kitchen when he was a child - she lived only a few blocks away from his yeshiva, in the Kensington neighborhood of Brooklyn.

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  14. Staten Island Man Arrested After Painting Swastika On Neighbor's HomeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 26 | Forward

    A man who painted a swastika on a Staten Island, New York family's home was sentenced to six months in jail and five years' probation. James Rizzo Jr. told police at the time of his arrest in October 2017 that he knew the family was Jewish "because of the way they spoke."

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  15. Kosher Restaurant Puts On Receipt: 'Immigrants Cooked Your Food And Served You Today'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 25 | Forward

    Katsuji Tanabe, the restaurateur, executive chef, and owner of Mexikosher in Manhattan and Flushing, Queens, is now serving up immigrant support at his restaurants. The "Top Chef" alum and Japanese-Mexican immigrant is printing receipts at his establishments that say, "Immigrants cooked your food and served you today #ITookaRisk."

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  16. Meet The Chabadnik Growing Medical CannabisRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 24 | Forward

    From the outside, Harmony's commercial warehouse is fairly nondescript, save for a mezuzah on the doorpost. Inside, however, is a state-of-the-art cannabis cultivation facility - a two-level, 15,000 square-foot agricultural system, yielding two tons of medical marijuana annually in order to supply Harmony Dispensary in Secaucus, New Jersey.

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  17. Midtown NYC Gets Yet Another High-End Kosher RestaurantRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 23 | Forward

    Last week, we reported on the opening of London's Tish , with its big-name chef and grand-sounding room. Now, it's New York's turn.

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  18. Why Was A 'Righteous Gentile' Turned Away From The Cemetery He's Trying To Save?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jul 23 | Forward

    Richard Levin, a reproductive surgeon in Louisville, Kentucky, has been researching his family history for over two decades. Several years ago, he uncovered the name of a relative - the brother of his great-great-grandmother - in New York City archives.

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  19. Midtown NYC Gets Yet Another High-End Kosher SteakhouseRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 15, 2018 | Forward

    Last week, we reported on the opening of London's Tish , with its big-name chef and grand-sounding room. Now, it's New York's turn.

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  20. JTS Made $100M Selling Its Air Rights. Will It Give Some Money To Its Neighbors?Read the original story w/Photo

    Jul 18, 2018 | Forward

    In 2015, Union Theological Seminary, a venerable Protestant institution in Manhattan, announced it would be opening up its campus to luxury condominium development to help pay for $125 million worth of repairs and upgrades. In late 2017, after prodding from a local community group, the school pledged $5 million to help keep local residents from being priced out of their neighborhood.

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