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Eldridge Street Synagogue

  1. cultural capital
    Rebuilding the Temple on the Lower East Side In the magazine this week, architecture critic Justin Davidson considers the recently restored Eldridge Street Synagogue, calling it a “splendid relic of a more deprived age.” Now a museum and Jewish cultural center, the synagogue opened in December after a decades-long restoration. We took our camera for a grand guided tour. Read the review, watch the video, and then take a trip downtown to see for yourself. Reconstructionist Judaism [NYM] Video: Inside the Eldridge Street Synagogue