Brooklyn Street Style: Coffee Color Palette

I was in Brooklyn this past week and headed out to the Whitney Museum’s new exhibition on the interface of art and technology, Programmed, and had to stop at this wonderfully derelict grafitti wall in Bushwick for a hashtag fashun moment.    Is anyone else majorly feeling shades of brown for fall? I think the […]

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Jews in the ‘Jing: An Interview with Roberta Lipson

Passover Seder at Kehillat Beijing Beijing, a bustling metropolis of 21 million, is world renowned for its Peking duck, imperial architecture, long history and booming tech scene. Yet, amid the hustle and bustle, Beijing is also home to one of the most vibrant and active Jewish communities in China, Kehillat Beijing. My first time living […]

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