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  |  September 15, 2019

Artist’s Life Tragically Cut Short

Five years ago, 26-year-old Moshe Hammer, a Lubavitch artist who frequently worked through the night, stepped outside for a walk in Los Angeles, to clear his head. Tragically, Moshe was struck by a truck and instantly killed. Full Story

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This should be Published
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This should be Published

These amazing artworks should be available for sale! they are amazing. Anyone know if they are being published? or what needs to be done to get them published?

such a tragedy
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such a tragedy

so sorry to hear…

..but am I crazy to say that this article sounds more like a sales pitch than an obituary?

good all friend
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good all friend

Moshe was a great and inspiring person and was different but we see that in every brilliant person is different then a average person and I miss you man your good old friend

old friend
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old friend

we miss you moshe, but this story is off.

to #2
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to #2

This article originally appeared in the Jewish Press as an art review.

Amazing art!
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Amazing art!

The art is breathtaking! Amazing!! And he was only 26! I am overly impressed.

this story isnt off
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this story isnt off

first thing that came to mind the policeman should be blessed for calling the rabbi and rebbetzin to help and why didnt col post some picture drawings im VERY surprised

besides the artwork is very risque! (risskaye)

neshama should have nachas from each of us individually

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