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3 BEDROOM FULL FLOOR 4 RENT

Located on Crown Street off Schenectady Ave, 2nd floor of private house, 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, washer/dryer closet, large kitchen, large living room, large dining room, family room, front Sukkah porch, lots of light.

NO short term, minimum 1 year lease.

Price: $2,600.00

One month broker fee due at signing of lease

Contact:

J.J. Katz
Heights Properties Inc
Phone: 718-363-3932 x101
E-Mail: jjkatzproperties@gmail.com

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1/3/13

JEM’s ‘My Encounter’ Team Goes to South Africa

David Sussman found himself in a quandary. The year was 1990, the place: Durban, South Africa. His friends were leaving the country in droves due to the political unrest and upheaval, and he felt compelled to join the exodus. Additionally, he was being offered a new job position with the promise of a salary that was ten times what he was currently making. David couldn’t decide on a plan of action; what was he to do? For days and weeks he mulled over these questions, yet he could not come to a conclusive decision.

Music Video: The Sukkah’s Falling

The fun holiday that follows Yom Kippur finally gets a fun music video to boot. Sukkahs are falling, Lulavs are flying, and there are some sweet vocal harmonies in this visual treat by Rogers Park Band, starring Yosef Peysin and Mordy Kurtz, with a cameo appearance by comedian Mendy Pellin.

Cop Impostor Brandishes Gun, Threatens Driver

A Brooklyn man was indicted for a daring crime spree near the corner of Utica Ave. and Lincoln Place in Crown Heights, in which he allegedly impersonated a police officer, pulled over a van, brandished a gun, and threatened to kill its driver.

Picture of the Day: A Raisin-Filled Surprise

Nursing home resident Kate Friedman is pleasantly surprised by a gift of challah from students Aaron Friedman and Sarah Crawford, who are accompanying Rabbi Boruch Shmuel Liberow of the Chabad Student Center of Boca Raton, FL. The trio were delivering Challah to nursing home residents and other local needy in advance of Rosh Hashanah.