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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Monday, March 27, 2017

New York

In 2014, physician Eric Braverman, whose patients once included public figures like Gov. George Pataki and celebrities like Suzanne Somers, found himself in hot water with the New York State Attorney General for lying to patients, tell them that tests ranging in cost from $10,000 to $100,000 would mostly be covered by their insurance (they weren't). In 2015, he spent two weeks in jail for trying to steal confidential custody documents pertaining to his highly contentious divorce. Just one year later, he pled guilty when a Texas woman accused him of groping her. According to Braverman, the real cause of his woes is his ex-wife.

Braverman has spent $5 million on the divorce proceedings, which began in May 2011. This month, he filed chapter

Last Thursday morning, the Brooklyn Jewish children’s museum was evacuated after a bomb threat was sent to the institution via email. The museum, located at 792 Eastern Parkway in Crown Heights was messaged received the cryptic missive at 9:30 am Thursday. 

Deputy Commissioner John J. Miller referred to the anonymous person that posted the threat as “your typical coward”. 

Miller made a statement to CBS immediately after the threat describing perpetrators that typically commit such acts

The former chancellor of New York State’s Board of Regents and her husband are set to give the New York Public Library $ 20 million in an effort to expand and strengthen its education programming. 

The goal is to offer and expand on existing programs that are educational in their nature. Once it receives the check, the NYPL can offer new features to its existing programs like English language classes, job training courses, after school homework help and programs that expand on existing

In a show of solidarity with Israel, the New York Senate voted to defund anti-Israel groups operating on campuses. 

The New York Senate voted last Wednesday to withhold state university funding from any student group calling for a boycott of Israel or other “allied nations.”

Supporters of the measure said it was a way of showing solidarity with Israel during a time of increasing anti-Semitism. Opponents, including the New York Civil Liberties Union and the group Palestine Legal, claimed it

The NYPD were called in to investigate the unearthing of forty-two tombstones in Washington cemetery. The corpses buried within it belong primarily to Jews. Authorities are investigating the incident as a possible hate crime. 

The dismantling of the tombstones maybe a piece of a larger puzzle, as there has been a precipitous rise in a number of hate crimes of an anti-Semitic origin throughout the city. A school in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn recently suffered a bomb scare that came