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Glenmorangie 12 year / 3 for $99
Glengoyne 10 year / 3 for $99
Tomintoul 10 year / 3 for $99
Chivas Regal / 3 for $99
Lapuerta Negra Tequila $14.99
Smirnoff $14.99
Glenfiddich 15 year $54.99
Monkey Shoulder Scotch $24.99
The Glenlivet 15 year $54.99
Arack Ashkelon $13.99
Benedictine 375ml $19.99
Beluga Vodka $29.99

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Sixty’s Something: Group Reunites Each Year at Kinus

Most are turning 60 this year and they live on five continents, but the time and distance have not diminished the close connection felt by the Rabbinical College of America’s class of 1974. Every year, they sit together at the Friday-night meal during the International Conference of Chabad-Lubavitch Emissaries, catching up on each other’s lives, reliving memories of times past, sharing Chassidic insights and enjoying each other’s company.

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Photos: The Shluchim’s Pan Kloli

Photos by Benams

One of the highs of the Kinus Hashluchim is when the Pan Kloli [general pan] is read at the Ohel. On Friday, all of the Shluchim who attending the Kinus signed the Pan Kloli, requesting improvement in world economy, strength to increase the number of Chabad Houses worldwide, spare us from tragedy and to take us out of Golus and bring Moshiach.

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90 New Couples to Move Out on Shlichus

When Mushkie Kesselman was growing up, the Rebbe—Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, of righteous memory—was a big part of her life, despite the fact that the 22-year-old was just a toddler when he passed away in the summer of 1994.

JCW Relaunches with New Website

After shuttering its website in back in February, followed by a successful crowd-funding campaign of over $150,000 in July, Jewish Community Watch has made good on its promise and launched a new and improved website dedicated to combating child abuse in the Orthodox Jewish community. Included in the new site is the organization’s controversial ‘Wall of Shame,’ bearing the names of 93 alleged child abusers, along with over 150 pages of educational material.