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Hurricane Sandy (2012)

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It didn’t take long for Hurricane Sandy to destroy most everything at the Chabad Neshama Center in West Brighton Beach, N.Y., but the water didn’t claim the institution’s Torah scrolls.
The Brighton Beach, N.Y., affiliate of the Friends of Refugees of Eastern Europe issued an urgent call for donations and support following the destruction of Hurricane Sandy, which flooded its ground-floor synagogue and Mazel Day School and inflicted dama...
Rabbi Eli and Beila Goodman, who run the Bach Jewish Center in Long Beach, N.Y., and Chabad of the Beaches, found themselves with no home and a badly-damaged synagogue, their belongings and holy books destroyed or swept away by Hurricane Sandy’s torrents ...
Artist’s Statement: I believe G-d shows Himself in all nature. Who but G-d could paint the most beautiful abstract skies night after night, each one slightly different from all the previous nights. And so it is with trees. Each one is created unique. My g...
Artist’s Statement: Days after Hurricane Sandy hit the Jersey Beach, I had to go and see the damage that was done to our apartment in Monmouth Beach, NJ. After seeing what the hurricane did to all that was in its path, I decided to drive to the beach and ...
By Yitzchok Moully
Artist's Statement: In the face of the destruction of Hurricane Sandy is there an opportunity for our rebirth and regrowth? Tu B'Shvat tells us there is always a chance for a new beginning. I created this art installation from a tree felled by Hurricane S...
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