What is the future of Crown Heights? Why are we even asking such a question? How did we get here? A Crown Heights resident laments in an Op-Ed the real problem the Crown Heights Jewish community is facing, lack of real leadership.
We present the Shalom Zochor list for the week of Shabbos Parshas Va’eira:
An 85-year-old man was found stabbed to death inside his apartment in Crown Heights on Thursday night. A woman has been taken into custody for the attack.
The Ambassador of Germany to Australia, His Excellency Dr. Thomas Fitschen, has paid a visit to the Chabad ACT Jewish community in Canberra and held a lengthy meeting with its Chairman, Rabbi Shmueli Feldman in remembrance of “International Holocaust Remembrance Day”.
Last week (the 20th of Teves) was the yahrzeit of the Rambam. I am sharing an incident of his life which I heard in a farbrengen, this past Shabbos.
The 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics are still more than six months away (July 24-Aug. 9), but the team at Chabad-Lubavitch of Tokyo is already hard at work.
Hundreds of passengers pass through the Chabad Air counter at JFK Airport daily, many with inspirational stories about Chabad and the Rebbe. Today, Daniel Zamir, a saxophone musician who has played with many famed Jewish artists, gave his rendition of a Chabad Niggun while at Chabad of the Airport.
This coming Wednesday, January 29th at 2:00 pm EST, Rabbi Sholom Mordechai Rubashkin will speak on a teleconference exclusively for women at the Tefillah Circle Teleconference.
Courtesy of Lubavitch Archives, we present a photo of the Rebbe as he gives a coin to a child while entering shul to daven.
This Shabbos at the Besht: Rabbi Leor Broh is the Manhig Ruchni of the Mizrachi Shul – Beit HaRoeh of Melbourne, Australia. He is also the famed author of the Sipuray Tzadikim group. He will be giving a shiur on lessons to be learned from this weeks parsha.
A brutal assault and beating took place Thursday evening on Empire Blvd in Crown Heights. The victim was treated by Hatzalah, and Shomrim assisted the police in the assailants arrest.
Living in the foreign culture of the Mitzrayim of today – being overwhelmed with the raging waters of the Nile and its secular environment – we present a letter where the Rebbe addresses the question of “Kindness of nations is sin.” Explaining it as it relates to Jews of today being fooled into exposing their children and daughters to a chinuch devoid of Jewish spirit and pride.
Details of the Trump Administration’s long-awaited peace plan have begun to emerge as Israeli leaders head to Washington DC to discuss the plan.
The Greenstein family will be sitting Shiva following the passing of their mother, Mrs. Penina Chava Greenstein OBM, at 478 Malbone St. Apt 3. Times in extended article.
MyLife: Chassidus Applied is launching a new creativity track alongside its flagship essay contest this year. In the six years since the contest’s inception, thousands of applicants have submitted essays translating the teachings of Chassidus into real-life solutions, with a winning prize of $1,000.
Two surgeons have accused SUNY Downstate of retaliating against them for reporting concerns about patient safety and deaths in the institution’s heart-surgery and organ-transplant programs.
Alternate side parking violations are set to increase to $65 across NYC in 2020, the city’s Department of Sanitation announced in a tweet.
Some NYPD officers are reportedly using facial recognition software that the NYPD’s facial recognition unit has officially said it isn’t using because of concerns about security and potential for abuse.
A new picture said to be of the Rebbe Rashab that surfaced Thursday morning has stirred up a lot of heated discussion concerning its authenticity.
Alternate side parking (street cleaning) regulations are suspended on Friday and Saturday, January 24-25, 2020 for a holiday. Parking meters remain in effect.
Watch as Curator and Librarian of the Agudas Chasidei Chabad Library, Rabbi Berel Levine, continues his tour of the Library. In this video, he showcases the Exhibit of The Rebbe Rayyatz.
Mr. Yaakov Peri served as head of the Israeli security agency Shin Bet (also known as Shabak) from 1988 to 1994, and as member of the Knesset from 2013 to 2018. He was interviewed in his Tel Aviv home in April of 2010.