Rosh Hashanah 2022

The two Jewish High Holy Days are coming up in the fall. Yom Kippur falls on October 4th and 5th, and beginning on September 25th is Rosh Hashanah. Also known as Yom Teruah (“day of shouting” or “day of blasting” in Hebrew), it marks the new year of the Jewish … »
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Museum Day

New York has plenty of entertaining spots to check out, from sunny beaches to beautiful national parks to sporting events and theaters. But some of our most unique and interesting attractions are the many museums, both in New York City and around the state. Some potential visitors are put off … »
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U.S. Open Tennis Championships

The U.S. Open is happening in New York City from August 29 to September 11.Alongside the other Grand Slam tournaments (the Australian Open, French Open, and the prestigious Wimbledon), the U.S. Open Tennis Championships is one of the biggest events in professional tennis. (Not to be confused with the annual … »
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Back to School

The 2022-2023 school year begins on Thursday, September 8.In the United States, the first and last days of school vary greatly depending on which state or area you live in, due to the varying weather conditions and laws across the country.While many schools start the academic year in early to … »
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