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This Day in History: Crew of the American Star Rescued From the Ocean by Helicopter

by M.C. Millman On January 17, 1994, the American Star cruise.... read more

Tuesday Tip: Organize Your Personal Computer, and Find What You Need in Seconds

By Yehudit GarmaiseCreate a new, super-organized system that just takes seconds to maintain, instead of continuing to waste time searching.... read more

Captured Moment: A Stretch of 18th Avenue

This week’s captured moment takes a glimpse of a vintage image of a busy stretch of 18th Avenue. In the.... read more

Around the House: Create a Daily Routine to Keep Your House in Order

Instead of spending Friday mornings feverishly rushing around to clear off tables, put things away, and tidy up for Shabbos, take on little daily.... read more

Today in History: Miracle on the Hudson - 15 Years After Making a Big Splash

by M.C. MillmanOn January 15, 2009, Captain Sullenberger and First Officer Jeff Skiles pulled off what has become the most famous emergency.... read more

Junior Chef: Parsha Bo-TIe Shepsele

Get ready for Parshas Bo with this week's  Parsha Bo-Tie Shepsele project, a perfect centerpiece your Junior Chef can make for the Shabbos.... read more

Memory Lane: Rav Shmuel Kalman Mirsky

A child of Yerushalayim, this brilliant mind came to America and settled in Boro Park. He fused brilliance and piety, and his brilliant Torah.... read more

Today in History: 100-Year Prison Sentences for Seven Mafia Members

Three top bosses and four mafia underlings were sentenced to a hundred years each in prison on January 13, 1987, for participating in the Mafia.... read more

Living Legacy: Rav Nosson Nota (Lehrer) of Chelem

Yehuda Alter Rosh Chodesh Shevat marks the yohrtzeit of Rav Nosson Nota of Chelem, author of Neta Sha’ashuim. He was the son of.... read more

Facts That Figure: Soap

By: C.G. HoffmanWhy do pirates always carry a bar of soap?So just in case they go overboard they can wash up on.... read more

Tuesday Tip: Make a Budget to Avoid Overspending

By Yehudit GarmaiseOnly by keeping a budget can consumers regularly spend less money than they.... read more

Captured Moment: Hashomer Hatza’ir

This week’s captured moment takes us to the center of 16th Avenue where there was once—in 1940— a meeting.... read more

Today in History: The U.S. National Debt Reaches $0 for First and Last Time

By M.C. Millman January 8, 1835, was the one and only time in U.S. history that the national debt was whittled down to.... read more

Around The House: Keep Your Wooden Floors in Perfect Condition

By Yehudit GarmaiseHardwood floors can look beautiful, but they are easily, scratched, scraped, and scuffed.Most wood flooring.... read more

BDE: Reb Yakov Avigdor Papier, z”l

YS Gold We regret to inform you of the petirah of R’ Yakov Avigdor Papier, an ardent Bobover Chossid. He was 64 years of.... read more

Memory Lane: Rav Avrohom Kellner

In a previous installment in the history of Boro Park of yesteryear, we chronicled some of the close-to 100 year.... read more

Today in History: Largest Methane Gas Leak in U.S. History

by M.C. MillmanOn January 6, 2016, the Governor of California, Jerry Brown, declared a  state of emergency over a methane gas leak on.... read more

Avoid Being the Next Grab'n Go Victim

by M.C. MillmanWith the new rash of grab'n-go thefts occurring nearly nightly now in Boro Park - protecting yourself from falling victim to.... read more