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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Arts & Culture

This is the story of a kid from Brooklyn who dreamed an impossible dream. He didn’t know that it was impossible so he did it; he made it come true.

Born in Brighton Beach on October 3, 1922, Paul Cohen was but 8 years old when his Father handed him a cornet and said simply, “Here, play!”.

Paul was into sports and what he loved the most, was to play ball with his pals. Being a smart kid, he caught onto the situation quickly. He understood that the quickest way he would be able to join his pals outside, was to follow his Father’s orders and learn to play that musical instrument. He claims that it came naturally to him. But, as anyone who ever picked up an instrument and endeavored to learn to play it while learning to read music at the

Hidabrut is a Jewish spiritual organization whose aims are to bring Jews closer to the Jewish faith in a meaningful, intimate way.  The organization is headed by Rabbi Zamir Cohen and its intentions are to accomplish this through accessible means like television, specifically the first ever Jewish Television Network, launched in 2002.  It’s hoped that using media in this manner, and its popularity with the common people, will bring more awareness to the Jewish people worldwide of all aspects of

Barbra Streisand, who last year became the only recording artist or group to achieve #1 albums in each of six decades, will bring her legendary live performance to the new Nassau Veterans Memorial Coliseum presented by New York Community Bank on Thursday, May 4, and back home to Brooklyn’s Barclays Center on Saturday, May 6. The May 4 performance will mark Streisand’s first-ever show at the Coliseum.

Tickets to both shows will go on sale Friday, February 10 at 10 a.m., and can be purchased

Composite characters offer powerful testimonials of survival in the Holocaust

"Through the Darkness" by Alan C. Breindel recounts the unimaginable journeys and true stories of four courageous men and women who left everything behind, including their loved ones, so that they might stay one step ahead of the Holocaust. They are composite characters that playwright Breindel built from interviews with Holocaust survivors. Three of the four characters managed to avoid the horrors of the

It’s the Golden Age of kosher cuisine, and the demand has never been higher. At 11thth annual Kosher Food & Wine Experience New York (www.KFWENY.com), sponsored by The Royal Wine Corp., food fans and wine watchers will indulge in the newest kosher wines, spirits, and food on Monday, February 13, 2017 at Pier 60, Chelsea Piers (Hudson River & 21st St, NYC). Doors open to the public at 6:30 pm. Trade/media hours are 12 noon – 4:00 pm.

The event showcases some 400 kosher wines and spirits