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Picture of the Day

Car Menorahs have become the norm, and even a fad. There are different styles and configurations, different materials and sizes. Now they are not only found on private vehicles, but a viral photo shows that even the New York Police Department has adopted the car Menorah.

Video of the Day

Yossi Fried, an advocate of a the freedom of education, took the NYC Board of Education to task on their new guidelines for private schools. Nothing more needs to be said after his eloquent speech brings the rights of free education, and the wrongs of the published guidelines.

NYPD Body Camera Explodes

It happened Saturday night at the 121 Precinct station house as a patrol officer prepared to head out for the midnight shift. He noticed smoke coming out of the bottom of the device and took it off his shirt before the unit exploded.

Boro Park Cabby Given a $15,000 Bail

Cabby that beat Lipa Schwartz, 62, in Boro Park which caused officials to demand better policing of hate crimes, has been given a $15,000 bail option. Coincidentally, the judge who presided over his hearing was Ruchie Frier, a frum Judge and leader of Ezras Nashim, the all woman first response organization.

Cuomo Defeats Nixon, Myrie Defeats Hamilton in NY Dem. Primary

With close to 90 percent of election districts reporting, unofficial election results show the race in the New York Primary Gov. Andrew Cuomo staving off a challenge from political upstart Cynthia Nixon. In the race for Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul defeated Jumaane Williams. In Crown Heights political newcomer Zellnor Myrie defeated the incumbent Jesse Hamilton.

Jewish Names Among Most Popular NYC Baby Names

As the year 2017 came to a close, the New York City Health Department released vital statistics for births over the previous year. Rounding out the list of most popular names, they included five Jewish girls’ names and four boys’ names. The city also saw an overall decline in the birthrate.