bialystoker


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Noun1.bialystoker - flat crusty-bottomed onion roll
onion roll - yeast-raised roll flavored with onion
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One makes reference to the "proselytizing pair of rabbis and their families" as part of a large cast of characters and events,3 while another states that Goodman "throws in a pair of Bialystoker rabbis and some long-lost [Jewish] relations.
The middle parcel is the Bialystoker building, an official New York City landmark.
Kobrin's principal Diaspora Bialystoker is David Sohn (1890-1967), who for nearly half a century represented the public voice of the American Bialystok Diaspora as editor of Der Bialystoker Stimme and the director of the Bialystoker Center in New York.
Two of the Lower East Side's remaining great Jewish institutions still proudly bear the name of the Polish city of Bialystok: the Bialystoker Center and Old Age Home on East Broadway and the Bialystoker Synagogue on Willett Street.
She searched for them throughout the Bialystoker diaspora, listened and wrote recollections of bialy fressing, heard many discussions as to how they're made and what is added to complete the taste.
Board members of the historic Lower East Side Bialystoker Synagogue have sued their president, Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Shlomo Hagler, the New York Post reports, alleging that Hagler is trying to sell an adjacent lot the congregation has owned since 1987, in violation of a Brooklyn rabbinical court's ruling.
The Bialystoker landsmanshaft in Melbourne, which was formed with the aim of extending relief to landslayt in Europe and to assist them in immigrating to Melbourne, established the first Jewish hostel in Australia.
Nathan Hilu, an 87-year-old veteran who lives in subsidized housing adjoining the landmark Bialystoker Synagogue, may be the most significant Jewish Outsider artist you've never heard of.
This article also joins recent work, such as that by Rebecca Kobrin on the Bialystoker "diaspora," that diversifies what we know of immigrant American Jewry, community by community, and requires us to reconsider the geographic and conceptual lines between "Old World" and "New.
The Bialystoker Nursing Home, established by Jewish immigrants from Bialystok and a longtime presence in the historical landscape of the Lower East Side, faces an uncertain future.
The main direction of local memory politics, mutually reinforcing the collective memory of modern Bialystokers, is to highlight the period of the second half of 18th century, when Bialystok, as a private town of Jan Klemens Branicki, experienced a period of prosperity.