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Tuesday, 16 Iyyar, 5779
  |  May 21, 2019

    Jewish Renaissance in South Bronx

    Urban rejuvenation meets Jewish renaissance in the suddenly booming South Bronx, led by Shluchim Choli and Chana Mushka Mishulovin. Full Story

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    Kol hakaovod
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    Kol hakaovod

    Much success Choli!
    Asher G

    Inspired
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    Inspired

    Very inspiring. Mimenu yir’u

    Yay Mishulovins!
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    Yay Mishulovins!

    A great couple — accomplishing wonderful things — with emes and sincerity!! So proud to know them!

    Is Your Shule Located on Walton Avenue?
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    Is Your Shule Located on Walton Avenue?

    Wishing you Rov Hatzlacha.

    This is very exciting. My husband (who grew up in the South Bronx and then moved to Bronx proper) and I used to daven at what was then called, The Walton Ave. Shule located on Walton and Creston Avenues.

    In the early 1970’s once the influx of non-Jews moved into the apartment building where we lived, there was a mass exodus of Yidden.

    It is heartwarming to know that shluchim of the Rebbe, ZY’A are revitalizing the area.

    Yasher kochacha!

    Penina Metal

    rabbi r bleich
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    rabbi r bleich

    i was born in east bronx, 1932. we then moved to w bx. my uncle was a dr on walton ave. there was a small shul near his apt house. there were 500 shuls in the bronx. good luck.

    Mr. Carswell
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    Mr. Carswell

    My name is Thomas Carswell and I am a African American living in the South Bronx for 69 years. I welcome this culture of people returning back to the Bronx. I have many childhood memories of the Jewish population occupying the entire Grand Concourse and the kosher hot dogs. with potatoe salad on top. Also don’t forget the potato pancakes. I can go on and on with the Kasha Bow ties and Krepla. Feel free to contact me 917 488 1075

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