The Israeli Halloween party at Eyal Shani's Miznon, in the Chelsea Market. Haim Handwerker

Then We Take Manhattan: How the 'State of Tel Aviv' Was Reborn in NYC

Whether it's high-techies hobnobbing with each other, glittery dinners by celebrity chefs or a myriad cultural and social activities held in Hebrew – it's clear that Israelis feel right at home in NYC today

NEW YORK – It's not new to wander around Manhattan, hear lots of Hebrew and get the impression that Israel, in particular the State of Tel Aviv, has moved here. In fact, I wrote about this phenomenon two years...

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