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Apr 17, 2020, 12:01 AM
Hired a PR Firm? Now Might Not Be The Time To Fire Them
In times of financial uncertainty, the first “luxury” many businesses place on the proverbial chopping block is a public relations campaign, meaning that outsourced heads are usually the first to roll. As of now, very few can confidently predict...
Sep 19, 2019, 6:05 AM
The Three T’s: Brock Pierce’s Christian Service in Puerto Rico
US and global tourist destination, opportunity zone and “parad-isle” in the middle of the Carribbean, Puerto Rico has long been the apple of many an entrepreneur’s eye. In September 2017, Hurricane Maria destroyed the Island’s infrastructure, precious rainforests, and...
Sep 26, 2017, 1:42 AM
Kosher Cuisine Reaching New “Heights” in Brooklyn
Kosher cuisine is reaching new heights - Brooklyn Heights that is! Rabbi Eliyahu Raskin of the Chabad of Brooklyn Law School has just recently launched his food cart and catering company conglomerate - JJ’s Holy Cow. If you think the name...
Dec 7, 2016, 8:04 PM
Yariv Ben Sira: A Passive Investor Who Builds Toward Active Success
Whenever we hear the term “international city”, here in the United States, we automatically think of New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Miami and Boston. Whereas areas in Midwestern states, like Tennessee, Indiana, and Kansas are often overlooked, and may...
Dec 2, 2016, 12:25 AM
Arik Kislin: An Immigrant’s Story from Modest Means to Quiet Philanthropy
Odessa to Israel, then to Italy to Boston, and on to New Jersey and eventually to the New York Metropolitan area hardly sounds like a hop, skip and a jump. It’s indicative of the more complex life story of...
Nov 28, 2016, 11:08 AM
Self-Trained Kosher chef in NYC launches ‘Kaps Kuisine’
Being part of a company that manages the social media profiles of various restaurants in the New York City area, I have come to realize that being on Instagram or scrolling through my personal camera album means getting hungry...
Nov 21, 2016, 10:44 PM
Classical Pianist Draws Inspiration from Bulgarian-Jewish Composers for New Album to be Released January 7th
It was at the National Opera Center two weeks ago that I sat down to listen to beautiful renditions of Bulgarian music and classical compositions, as well as original material, by Tania Stavreva. Her audience was transformed not only...
Nov 1, 2016, 10:27 PM
The Soros Connection: Conspiracy or Consistency?
Robert Kaplan is an Israeli Academic who has recently published the second edition of his book “The Soros Connection,” which details his theory that Germany has spent the better portion of the twentieth, and now the twenty-first century plotting...
Oct 11, 2016, 9:23 PM
Malawach, Brisket, and Beer at Brickhouse, an Israeli-Owned Restaurant in Nyack, NY
The street of South Broadway runs through the center of Nyack and is home to some of the most creative shops and food venues. This area is proof of Nyack’s charm and progressiveness: walking along, you can notice the...
Oct 7, 2016, 6:08 PM
NYC’s Traveling Synagogue Hosts High Holiday Services in Brooklyn
As Rosh Hashanah came to New York City last Sunday night, thousands of Jews turned to their family tables in order to usher in the New Year, celebrating with food, company, and prayers. Monday was of course the day...
Michael Kosowski was born in New York City. He recently graduated Binghamton University with a degree in Art History and Russian Studies.