Articles from the March 3, 2023 edition

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An East Williamsburg appetizing shop offers 'a taste of nostalgia' to its customers

(New York Jewish Week) — Let’s face it: Classic Jewish deli and appetizing shops are having a moment. According to Bon Appetit, “the old school deli is the newest hot girl hangout,” while an exhibit on Jewish delis at the New-York Historical...

 By Jacob Henry    Features    March 3, 2023

Are the goblins in 'Hogwarts Legacy' antisemitic?

(JTA) - When people enter the world of "Hogwarts Legacy," the blockbuster video game that was officially released on Friday, they will find themselves immersed in the fictional universe of "Harry Pott...


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Catholic school soccer team that brawled with Miami Jewish school forfeits state semifinal By Andrew Lapin (JTA) – A Catholic high school in Miami forfeited its semifinal game in a state soccer tournament over the weekend, days after players...

 By Steve Lipman    News    March 3, 2023

'There was no time to sleep': 4 Jews reflect on a year of helping Ukrainians at war

(JTA) - In the months after Russian tanks rolled into her country last February, the music largely stopped for Elizaveta Sherstuk. The founder of a Jewish choral ensemble called Aviv in her hometown...

 By Jacob Gurvis    Features    March 3, 2023

'Swastika boards' and 'surf Nazis': New documentary explores surfing's history of antisemitism

(JTA) - When he was 13 years old, Josh Greene moved with his family to San Clemente, California, a city known as one of the best spots for surfing on the West Coast. Greene quickly fell in love with...


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