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Captured Moment: A Corner Near the Railroad

YS GoldThis week’s captured moment takes us to a corner of Boro Park which still stands today. It is located alongside the railroad.... read more

Memory Lane: Rav Yaakov Eliyahu Rabinowitz

On the outer edge of Boro Park lies Congregation Bnei Israel of Linden Heights, which is nearing its 100th anniversary. Throughout its century of.... read more

Living Legacy: The Ershte Bobover Ruv

Yehuda Alter Rosh Chodesh Tammuz marks the yohrtzeit of Haga’on HaKadosh Rav Shloime Halberstam of Bobov, a grandson of the.... read more

Captured Moment: The Rebbe’s Host

YS Gold Back in the 1920’s, the home pictured here served as the host for the Tolna-Viznitzer Rebbe when he came to Boro Park.... read more

Today In History: NYS Thruway Opens

The NYS Thruway, which connects all major cities in New York, had its 70th birthday just a few days ago on June.... read more

Memory Lane: Reb Daniel Goldstein, Z”l, A Pure Voice of Prayer and Piety

The Goldstein family is a Boro Park legend, having lived in Boro Park for close to a century. In that time, their dedication and mesiras nefesh.... read more

Living Legacy: Rav Shlomo Shapira, Founder of Munkatcher Dynasty

Yehuda Alter The 21st of Sivan marks the yohrtzeit of Rav Shlomo Spira, author of Shem Shlomo, the founder of the Munkatcher.... read more

Captured Moment: The Bank

YS Gold This week’s captured moment takes us to a Boro Park landmark. When it was opened, it served as the Blythebourne Post.... read more

Junior Chef: Summer Slushies

So many fun and refreshing colors in one sip!All you need to do is make jello, freeze them in cubes, and allow them to sit at room.... read more

Memory Lane: Rav Shmuel Gerstenfeld, zt”l

Rav Gerstenfeld was a great ga’on who taught at RIETS. He lived in Boro Park during the 1920’s and 30’s. Rava.... read more

Living Legacy: Rebbe Yidele (Horowitz) of Dzikov

Yehuda Alter The 12th of Sivan marked the yohrtzeit of Rebbe Yidele of Dzikov, a kadosh who was a master of all areas of Torah and.... read more

Keeping Cool: MTA’s Tactics for Managing Heat Waves

With the heat wave that is currently passing through New York, the MTA announced precautions they’re taking to ensure services continue running.... read more

Communicated: Meet Congressional Candidate Bruno Hirshberg-Grandsard

Bruno Hirshberg-Grandsard appeared on the campaign trail seemingly out of nowhere but has captured the attention of voters throughout the NY-10.... read more

A Look Into History: Hot, Hotter, Hottest

New York can get hot in the summer, but it’s not often that we see heat waves like we’re experiencing this week. This week’s heat wave is.... read more

Captured Moment: Kresge’s .10-.25 Cents Store

YS Gold This week’s captured moment takes us to a popular discount store in the center of Boro Park’s commercial area. It has.... read more

Today in History: The Switchback Railway

Exactly 140 years ago, on this day, June 16, 1884, the first roller coaster in America opened its doors, not far from Boro Park. read more

Memory Lane: Rav Avrohom Shkop

A fixture in Boro Park’s Mirer Minyan was Rav Avrohom Shkop, the grandson of the legendary Rosh Yeshiva of Grodno. Anyone connected with the.... read more

Living Legacy: Rav Mordechai Lenerovitch of Kemeche

Yehuda Alter The 8th of Sivan marks the yohrtzeit of Rav Mordechai Lenerovitch ABD Kemeche,.... read more