Ethan Stark-Miller

A sign on the door of a synagogue in Midwood, Brooklyn.
Hasidic communities are changing practices to slow the coronavirus pandemic, but have been late adopters.
Policy
policy
New York republicans are eager to win back the three seats Democrats flipped in 2018’s blue wave.
After AOC, everybody wants to unseat a member of Congress.
News & Politics
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A wheelchair user getting into a car.
But advocates argue much more needs to be done.
Policy
policy
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio greets Jewish community members.
The New York City mayor wants donations from politically conservative very religious Jews. Here’s why they might support him.
News & Politics
article
32BJ SEIU's new president, Kyle Bragg.
Kyle Bragg, the new 32BJ president, reflects on Amazon, upcoming elections and advocating for workers.
Personality
personality
New York Law professor Alvin Bragg speaking with supporters.
The field is already filled with reformer candidates. But who will capture progressive energy?
News & Politics
article
A horse and carriage at Central Park.
After de Blasio’s ban crashed, advocates may try again in 2021.
News & Politics
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Baby chicks will no longer be at the mercy of school children, if Assemblywoman Linda Rosenthal's new bill passes.
From fur to foie gras, hatching eggs to overheated horses, and more.
Policy
policy
Former Chief Judge of New York State Jonathan Lippman delivers his State of the Judiciary address in Albany, 2015.
The former chief judge thinks there is a broad consensus on replacing the facility with borough-based jails.
Personality
personality
The Manhattan skyline looking out of a high rise window.
Tenant advocates want it, REBNY hates it and the Council is leaning in favor.
Policy
policy
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