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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Wednesday, October 18, 2017

New York

In an unprecedented display of unity, The Bridge Multi-Cultural Project on Flatbush Avenue in Brooklyn sponsored an emergency relief drive to assist the beleaguered victims of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands on Sunday, October 1, 2017.  Over 200 people donated an abundance of food, clothing, shoes, non-perishable items, first aid kits, medical supplies, feminine hygiene products and much more during the five hour donation drive. 

The Bridge MCP emergency drive was given an imprimatur by New York City Public Advocate Letitia James, Comptroller Scott M. Stringer, NYS Assembly members Helene E. Weinstein & Rodneyse Bichotte as well as NYC Council members Jumaane D. Williams & Matthieu Eugene.

Co-sponsors of the

On Monday evening, September 25th, the 12th annual Avinu Malkeinu night of awakening which features addresses by prominent rabbonim and rebbetzins took place at The Palace simcha hall in the Flatbush/Boro Park area.

Organized as an outreach event 12 years ago by Rabbi Zechariah Wallerstein, the founder of Ohr Naava, each successive year has seen the event flourish significantly with an increasing numbers of girls and women in attendance.

In addition, the Avinu Malkeinu lectures have now gone

On Monday, September 25, disgraced former U.S. congressman Anthony Weiner was sentenced to 21 months in prison for sending illicit messages to a teenager.

Weiner was, in addition to the 21-month prison term, sentenced to three years of supervised release.

Judge Denise Cote of the Southern District of New York stated that Weiner's sentence is even more important because of his background in politics. 

In court, Cote said, "Because of the defendant's notoriety, there is intense interest in

Joseph Saladino, the supervisor of the Town of Oyster Bay, said last Wednesday that his town would open its arms to display any unwanted statues of Columbus.  The Republican leader was welcomed with nods of approval at the Order Sons of Italy in America group’s Massapequa headquarters. Liberal Democratic New York City officials have been deliberating about whether to take down the statue of Christopher Columbus from Columbus Circle and other Manhattan localities. 

The well-known heroic sailor

Eric Adams , Brooklyn Borough President, is rushing to rake in big-buck donations for his One Brooklyn Fund before 2018, when a new law sets in to drastically limit contributions.  The controversial nonprofit will be hosting its first major fundraiser.  On September 27 the “inaugural gala” is being held at the Brooklyn Museum, collecting $150 per plate for advance tickets or $500 for VIP tickets.  The dinner will ironically honor “Cornerstone Brooklyn Businesses”, or companies that have a