Spreading the Light of Judaism
By Chabad of Yonkers Rabbi MENDY HURWITZ

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  Chabad’s mission is to spread the Light of Judaism to all, especially to those who aren’t involved or affiliated with our religion. We reach out to each precious soul and ignite their spark and make them feel the warmth of Judaism. The holiday of Chanukah is especially suited to accomplish this mission, of spreading the light and joy of …

eHeziSpreading the Light of Judaism
By Chabad of Yonkers Rabbi MENDY HURWITZ

New York Civic: Big Apple Turnover By HENRY J. STERN

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Turner Tops Weprin; Koch’s Intervention; and Distaste for Obama Reflected in Vote The election yesterday of Republican Robert Turner to Congress is significant for several reasons. One is that the result will be widely perceived as a rebuke to President Obama and the Democratic Party, which it is. For some, the issue was jobs and the economy. For others, the administration's …

eHeziNew York Civic: Big Apple Turnover By HENRY J. STERN

Current Commentary: One Less Reason To Flee New York BY Larry M. Elkin

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August 26, 2010. As we conclude this hard-times summer of the “stay-cation,” New Yorkers who are contemplating divorce can finally end their marriages in a civilized way, without leaving home.

eHeziCurrent Commentary: One Less Reason To Flee New York BY Larry M. Elkin