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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Saturday, September 23, 2017

New York

Did you know the Upper East Side of Manhattan has a vineyard?  Most people don’t. The owner is 89-year-old Iraqi Jew, Latif Jiji. The wine named Chateau Latif, is not licensed for sale, but is rather shared with family and friends. For the past 50 years, he and his wife Vera have turned their 15-by-45-foot backyard into a winery. All the grapes come from one single vine, growing from their garden and oddly creeping more than 100 feet up the exterior wall and onto their roof. Jiji did not initially intend to make wine. He only wished to add distinction to their yard. In 1984, their first harvest bore 24 pounds of grapes, which would be sufficient to make nine bottles of wine. Their vineyard’s high record now stands at 712 pounds of grapes

On Thursday August 31st, Amtrak announced the completion of repairs at NYC’s Penn Station which has shifted train schedules and rerouted thousands of riders for the past two months. “This accelerated work was an enormous undertaking,” said Amtrak co-chief executive Wick Moorman in a statement. “We did it on time, on budget, and most importantly, safely.”

Normal service will resume on Tuesday into and out of Penn Station’s Amtrak, New Jersey Transit and the Long Island Rail Road, following

Borough Park’s oldest synagogue, Chevra Anshei Lubawitz, will not be demolished now, by order of a Brooklyn judge. Last Thursday, Judge Marshal Steinhardt issued a temporary restraining order, which will last until Oct. 16. At least for now, it specifically allows the synagogue leadership to proceed with the permitting process required before the demolition. The next court date is set for September 7. 

The synagogue was opened in 1914, at 4050 12th Avenue on 41st street. The synagogue’s

To assist in the relief effort after Hurricane Harvey, 120 emergency workers have been dispatched to Texas from New York City. 

On Sunday, August 27, Mayor Bill de Blasio wrote on Twitter, “After superstorm Sandy, so many cities stepped up to help our people. We’ll do all we can to help those affected by this storm.”

Between Sunday and Monday, 40 members of the FDNY’s Incident Management Team and 80 firefighters and police officers from the Urban Search and Rescue Rapid Response Team left the

The City of New York is spending more on collecting and exporting recyclables than regular waste, as per a report released last Thursday. The New York City Independent Budget Office, a fiscal watchdog organization backed by the city, found that the city projected the total amount of solid waste would grow over a period of 20 years, as the population rose. According to the strategy, which was set up 10 years ago, the amount of recyclables would also expand. The city entered into long-term