Although it is sad to see Chef Brunos iconic brand no longer available in the area, New York New York is a very formidable replacement. The latest New York New York Pizza location is now open and a great addition to their, Wesley Chapel , Ybor City , Hyde Park and Riverview locations. And now Westchase can experience an amazing place to get the most authentic New York Style pizza in the entire Tampa Bay area. Although their Tampa Bay area locations vary is seating and ambiance, one thing is certain, they have incredible pizza, Italian favorites, subs, salads and more. I have catered from, taken out from and eaten in at their Wesley Chapel location, have spent a few good nights at their Ybor City location and am extremely excited to see them doing well and growing as a Tampa establishment. Their menu is everything you would expect from an Italian owned and New York inspired restaurant. The ingredients are fresh and their service is consistently with a smile. The portions are bountiful and you get a real sense that they do not compromise on any ingredients to bring you an authentic Italian and New York style pizza experience. Although Chef Bruno and his Italian style brick oven experience will be missed in Citrus Park, I highly recommend New York New York Pizza as a family friendly, affordable and fun alternative. Enjoy, I assure you in the absence of a horrible mistake, you will love this place. Their newest location which is now open at: 11203 Sheldon Rd, Tampa, FL 33626.
Slavery exists in New York City — and Christian students want to fight it
As previously reported by The Inquisitr, the Jewish Yid Army was accused of being racis t for chanting racial slang about their own race during soccer matches. Divorce law for orthodox Jews is different from most people. Under this religious code, a woman can only divorce a man if the man issues a consent document called a get that allows the divorce. But what happens if the Jewish man does not consent? Apparently, several families of such Jewish women hired two New York rabbis to force the divorce consent out of the men at a cost of $50,000. But these rabbis are not merely trying to be as convincing as possible, their plans allegedly include kidnapping, beating and torturing husbands in order to force a divorce. The FBI launched a probe into these two New York rabbis by posing as a Jewish woman wanting a divorce. The down payment for their services was $20,000 and the whole conversation was recorded. One of the New York rabbis was quoted as saying: Basically what we are going to be doing is kidnapping a guy for a couple of hours and beating him up and torturing him and then getting him to give the get. But if the Jewish husband didnt give in too quickly the tough guys would employ a cattle prod since it didnt leave marks: If it can get a bull that weighs 5 tons to move you put it in certain parts of his body and in one minute, the guy will know. The torture crew for the rabbis was arrested in a New Jersey warehouse. The eight Jewish men were allegedly armed with rope, surgical blades, a screwdriver and plastic bags. One man even wore garbage bags to protect his clothing. The two New York rabbis accused of the crime are named Martin Wolmark and Mendel Epstein. Prosecutors claim the New York rabbis did it for money and not out of religious conviction. But the lawyers for the rabbis insist that coercion and violence to force Jewish orthodox husbands to grant religious divorces is an old tradition. In fact, this tradition is apparently at least 16 years old. The New York rabbis were investigated in 1997 for the same type of charges but a lawsuit was dropped in 2000 because the Jewish husband was unable to identify any of the defendants. Rabbi Abraham Rubin claimed Rabbi Mendel Epstein and his kidnap crew tortured him, beating him and shocking his genitals with an electric stun gun. New York Rabbi Weinstein works in family therapy and heard about rabbis Epstein and Wolmark forcing orthodox divorces out of Jewish husbands for at least 30 years.
New York New York Pizza opens in Westchase – Tampa FL
The abolitionists hosted 115 events on 17 campuses from Oct. 1 to Oct. 12. Related Stories The emancipationis still incomplete Young New York City Christians are claiming a new title: abolitionists. Led by the spirit of Biblical justice social justice with an evangelical flair Christian students on 17 New York campuses joined forces over the past two weeks for Price of Life, a campaign to spread awareness and encourage action against human trafficking and sex slavery. It is one of the largest displays of solidarity to ever unite college-aged Christians in New York City, according to organizers from the Intervarsity Christian Fellowship. And the newly minted Christian abolitionists believe they have something to offer the fight against modern slavery. Barnard sophomore Esther Kitavire thinks its about time Christians started dealing with the issue of trafficking. Kyle VanEtten Danielle Rae Douglass, a survivor of sex slavery, speaks to a group of students at Columbia Universitys St. Paul Chapel. The mother of two is working on Tricked, a documentary about her story. The Bible is always talking about helping the widows and the poor and weve got that down, the 19-year-old told The News. Helping sex slaves?