On Sunday evening, a sea of men wearing black hats and cloaks flooded Foley Square in Lower Manhattan. They bore signs with Hebrew and English lettering, and conversed almost exclusively in Yiddish. Women, what few were in attendance, were given a wide berth. Three hundred rabbis and elders gathered onstage and led the crowd in Read More
The New York City Opera chorus and orchestra broke out in song outside the Guggenheim Museum today to protest artistic director George Steel’s simultaneous announcement that the company will leave Lincoln Center, a decision that likely will cost them their jobs.
“We shall not, we shall not be moved,” sang the musicians, Read More