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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Sunday, August 20, 2017

Special Features

AFSI proudly sponsored its annual Jabotinsky Memorial program this past Thursday, August 3, on the 77th anniversary of Jabotinsky’s death. The event, chaired by AFSI’s Co-Directors, Helen Freedman and Judy Freedman Kadish, was held at the Park East synagogue with an overflow crowd of over two hundred people in attendance. Ambassador Dani Dayan, Consul General of Israel in New York was the featured speaker. His message about Jabotinsky’s 1923 “Iron Wall” speech was riveting. He emphasized that if people had listened to Jabotinsky’s words, that there could be no peace with the Arabs, and that the only way to deal with them would be by creating an “iron wall” of strength, many lives, and much time and energy could have been saved, and could still

The East Hampton Chabad held its annual dinner in East Hampton on Sunday August 13, 2017. With cocktails beginning at 5:00 PM, more than 200 people cut short a perfect beach day to pay homage to the wonderful shul led by Rabbi Leibel Baumgarten located at 13 Woods Lane. The Synagogue became a full year-round presence in 2004 and continues to thrive in both the summer and winter months.

Those who frequent the Friday night service and dinner have the privilege of consuming

To view the latest fashion window displays around the world in real time, you can check out WindowsWear, a one of a kind visual database encompassing 700 brands throughout the world’s fashion capitals. This technologically fashion forward company even offers fashion window walking tours throughout New York, the fashion capital of the world. Windowswear CEO, Jon Harari, co-founded the company with Chairman and President Mike Niemtzow and Creative Director Raul Tovar. Headquartered in New

In a somewhat surprising turn of events, it was recently announced that City Councilmember David Greenfield who represents constituents in Borough Park, Midwood and parts of Bensonhurst will be departing from his influential role on the city council at the end of the year. Political pundits and those immersed in the inner circle of New York City politics had thought that it was a safe bet to assume that Greenfield would seek re-election as his star has risen considerably since entering

In a somewhat surprising turn of events, it was recently announced that City Councilmember David Greenfield who represents constituents in Borough Park, Midwood and parts of Bensonhurst will be departing from his influential role on the city council at the end of the year. Political pundits and those immersed in the inner circle of New York City politics had thought that it was a safe bet to assume that Greenfield would seek re-election as his star has risen considerably since entering