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It was the first Monday in May, 2014, and I’d just had a bad experience at the Apple store, and needed a place to vent about it. And vent I did. And then I spoke about race…and morality…and Boko Haram…and Shakira…and how to fix NYC. And that was just the first week of “Avi’s Travels”. …

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This Sunday I will be going to the Tanger Hillel at Brooklyn College to do our yearly Passover Deliveries to the Elderly. Bags have been getting packed all week, and we are ready to go out to the hundreds of people that are on our lists. These lists include Holocaust survivors and home-bound, among many …

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Here are some of the companies that helped perk my birthday up, with something as simple as an email or pop-up. Shoutout to Google for finally changing their picture after many years! I also am going to get really fat from all the sugars being thrown at me today…

27 has been one fun-filled year. I have fully embraced making the most of life, and not waiting for someone else to make things happen. Here is a summary of some things I’ve done in the last year: Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood Concert – By far the highlight of the year, and if I …

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That’s how long this site has been open. Three years and three months. And besides holidays, vacations and emergencies I’ve posted every weekday. The page has undergone a few aesthetic changes, with the current one meant to make the pictures and videos posted stand out, and the colors to be easy on the eyes. But …

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The hardest part for me when planning a vacation is figuring out where to go. I’ll hem and haw for a while, but when I finally nail down a location, I am pedal to the metal planning it out, from A-to-Z. In the last few weeks I’ve been thinking about where to go this year, …

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One year ago today¬†a life was removed from this Earth, and it’s tough to express the thoughts that have ranged inside over the year about it. When I wrote my post the morning that I found out about it all I promised the following: But so many of us suffer. So many of us just …

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On Wednesday night the Orthodox Union/JLIC at the Tanger Hillel of Brooklyn College had a panel discussion entitled “Depression and Anxiety: Let’s Talk”, with the intent of breaking the stigma and getting the community talking. Very often mental illness is a disease of separation where people feel different, isolated, and alone…and you really don’t have …

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I can tell you with almost certainty that four weeks from today, on July 5th 2017, something big is going to happen with the New York Yankees. I can’t tell you if it’ll be for good or for bad….but it will happen. And here’s where I got that scoop from: I have tickets to go …

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