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  • Returning the favor, Rabbi Burton Visotzky, a JTS professor of Interreligious Studies, spoke at the ICC (also known as the 96th Street Mosque) last Friday after jum'a (Friday noon prayer).

    Leora Tanenbaum: Nice Jewish Girl Attends Jum'a Before Shabbat

  • They first cleared major roadways, such as 96th Street and Allisonville Road, and then moved on to other heavily traveled routes, such as Hague, Lantern and Hoosier roads.

    The Daily News - News

  • September, with 96th Infantry troops embarked, the transport sailed west again, arriving at Manus, the staging area for the upcoming

    ALBERT NELSON CAIN

  • He was assigned to the 96th Civil Affairs Battalion (Airborne),

    KIA KIA/BNR

  • He was assigned to the 96th Civil Affairs Battalion

    KIA KIA/BNR

  • They're currently allowing 7.7 yards per pass attempt, which puts them in a tie for 96th in the country in that category.

    Will Saturday be Tyrod Taylor's breakout performance?

  • Fitness guru Jack LaLanne, on the eve of his 96th birthday, shares some of the secrets of his longevity with an ESPN interviewer: he works out for two hours each day, pumping iron and swimming, and hasn't had a piece of cake in 80 years.

    LaLanne: "Clean Thoughts and Dirty Girls"

  • Google introduced arguably its greatest doodle ever this morning, an interactive electric guitar to honor the 96th birthday of legendary musician and guitar innovator Les Paul.

    How To Play Guitar On The Les Paul Google Doodle (LESSONS)

  • The Metropolitan Transportation Authority estimates that the first of four phases of construction, which involves an extension of the Q line between 59th and 96th streets, will be completed by 2016.

    Upper East Side Shows Its Age (Younger)

  • (Take the free shuttle to Economy Lot C and cross the street at 96th St. and Sepulveda Blvd.)

    Los Angeles International Airport Guide

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