The Pew Research Center’s landmark 2013 study found that 60 percent of Jewish Americans believe that being Jewish is mainly a matter of culture or ancestry, underscoring the demand for the Workmen’s Circle model.
Along Newtown Creek and Jamaica Bay, decades of work are slowly restoring neglected waterways. Now comes a new challenge: Making sure New Yorkers can use those liquid assets in harmony with industry and nature.
Most New York City activists want to mend the NYPD. But the author and others want to end it instead.
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