Monthly Archives: October 1998


Brooklyn’s Turn

By Eric Hubler Special to The Washington Post Sunday, October 25, 1998 If You Like Manhattan's... You'll Love Brooklyn's... Central Park Prospect Park (both Frederick Law Olmsted-designed masterworks of urban greenery) The Chrysler Building The Williamsburg Bank (a fantasy of gargoyles and curlicues, long the tallest building in Brooklyn, still the most fanciful) The Met [...]

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A Life Apart Hasidism In America

INSIDE THE COMMUNITY: A HOLY LIFE An outsider visiting a Hasidic neighborhood in Brooklyn is likely to be struck immediately by just how Hasidic it looks. The Hasidic parts of Crown Heights, Williamsburg, and Boro Park are lively islands of traditional Jewishness in the midst of larger, racially diverse, working and middle class neighborhoods. The [...]

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