VIDEO: Radio-based light show at local home becomes major attraction

dsc00832[VIDEO BELOW] A local home has become a major attraction with a radio-based light show.

A sign in front of the Jackson home instructs drivers to tune into a radio station for the music, which the home was designed according to.

Residents from Lakewood and surrounding townships have made their way over to the home to enjoy the show.











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  1. Kudos TLS for being a great media outlet which displays that though the Jewish community doesn’t celebrate our neighbors’ holidays, we recognize and respect their talent.

  2. so not yidish, why would TLS put this up??!! if an avodah zara smelled or looked nice would you suggest people go for a sniff or a site seeing tour?? let the goyim celebrate their and lets not call this “shain”

  3. Mayo
    Why not put your real name and not hide behind some dumb condiment.
    When putting up such comments, you show the world how uneducated, shallow, and stupid you are.
    How is this avodah zara?
    What part of this beautiful art and hard work is too traif for you?
    When someone works hard and makes a beautiful project, that is “shain”.
    Don’t smash others because you can’t do it.
    Thank you TLS for also putting up such posts, so people that aren’t jewish don’t always think that Jews are bad when they see people like mayo.
    Mayo you shold get your head checked.

  4. Does anyone actually ask their Rav if it is ok chinuch to bring your kids around to “enjoy” the lights, as you claim you are doing? Where do you come from to put others down that think this is all inappropriate?
    While those of you who think it is great to be involved and appreciate the goyim’s holiday stuff, you see simultaneously putting down a fellow a jewel for disagreeing with you.
    It’s hypocritical.

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