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He examines the passing buildings with the eyes of a man who works in real estate—which he does.
He crosses into Williamsburg’s other world, where Dominican and hipster cultures collide. I like to walk alone.” A few weeks earlier, on one of his evening strolls, I had run into Joseph on the Williamsburg waterfront, watching the Manhattan skyline.
There is rarely redemption for a rebellious Hasidic Jew; Joseph believes that the likely punishment would be banishment.
So when Joseph called me that spring night in 2005, ready to talk about Hasidism and his curiosity about the secular world, I suggested that we meet at a friend’s apartment.
Tucking his peyos behind his ears, he will smoke a joint and touch women’s hands (his religion prohibits touching any woman outside of his family).
For a night, he will behave like so many non-Hasidic boys in their twenties.
His black satin jacket and white shirt—no tie—hang over a fringed prayer shawl.If a pious member of their small, insular communities saw them in a cafe with a reporter—a woman! “I am afraid,” one young Hasid from New Square, a religious village in upstate New York, told me.“You realize that we are taking a risk just by exchanging words with you.” drape the mirrors with fabric and mourn his name.Sometimes people stare at this young Hasid wandering at night, but he doesn’t seem to mind. I was curious about this Hasidic guy—dressed in a black suit, modest but elegant, with his below a black-rimmed hat.He freely gives passing girls a once over, looking back as they walk past him. I told him that I was surprised to see a Hasidic man wandering in this part of town, and I wanted to learn more about him.