Crown Heights accountant and financial adviser Asher Lieblich recently published a book titled “The Gift of Wealth,” whose theme is time-tested strategies to build, protect, and preserve wealth. He recently hosted a book-launch event and seminar, followed by a question-and-answer session, which was attended by 150 members of the community.
A 30-year-old Israeli man was moderately wounded in a terror stabbing Tuesday evening at the entrance to the Nave Daniel settlement in the West Bank’s Gush Etzion bloc.
At the wedding of Yossi Bukiet and Rivka Inglis in Boca Raton yesterday, the Chosson’s uncle, Jewish singing star Shlomo Simcha Sufrin, accompanied by other members of the Sufrin family, performed a soul-stirring rendition of the songs ‘Im Eshkocheich Yerushalayim’ and ‘Mi Adir.’
Another round of snow is on the way to the Tri-State area for Wednesday morning. The AccuWeather forecast is calling for a coating to two inches of snow for most of the region, with the higher amounts expected on the south shore of Long Island.
The Admor of Biala Lenchna davens at the Ohel of the Previous Lubavitcher Rebbe and the Rebbe in Queens, accompanied by a small entourage of his Chassidim.
Filmmaker Meir Kalmenson is back with his latest comedy sketch: Chaim Yisrael is new the newest member of the synagogue and is honored with Hagbah (the lifting of the Torah after its reading). What could possibly go wrong?
Yaakov Gourion (Marseille, France) and Rochi (bas Shmulik) Schneorson (Kfar Chabad, Israel)
Alternate side parking (street cleaning) regulations will be suspended Wednesday, February 10, for a Catholic holiday. All other regulations, including parking meters, remain in effect.
Rabbi Yehoshua Binyamin (Josh) Gordon, the beloved Torah scholar, congregational rabbi and educator who taught thousands of students around the globe through the world’s most widely viewed daily Torah classes, passed away yesterday in California after an extended illness. He was 66 years old.
A Jewish music producer, who identified himself as ‘super-producer’ Josh Friedman, phoned Avraham Fried and said he has an amazing idea for upgrading one of Fried’s songs, and invited the singing star to come visit him at his studio.
Chabad Lubavitch of New Hampshire, led by Rabbi Levi Krinsky, has opened a field office in downtown Manchester at 1117 Elm St. to meet the needs of the Jewish staffers and volunteers in the lead up to the New Hampshire Presidential Primary, which takes place today.
The Chabad Yeshiva of Frankfurt, Germany, celebrated its 15th year anniversary with a Siyum Sefer Torah, dedicated by Vladi Izraelit in memory of Lev ben Grisha. “A Simcha like this hasn’t been seen in Frankfurt for many years,” said a Jewish community leader who was in attendance.
Eli Nochum Block (San Antonio, TX) and Tzivia Wenger (Montreal, Canada)
Yosef and Emma (nee Wruble) Schrage (Los Angeles, CA)
Over 150 volunteers of Chevra Kadisha Chesed Shel Emes gathered Monday evening for an evening of appreciation and Siyum Mishnayos for the many Mes Mitzvos the organization had brought to Jewish burial.
Today, the 30th of Shvat, marks 10 years to the cold-blooded murder of Efraim Klein, HYD, a well known and loved member of the Crown Heights Jewish community. The investigation into his murder has long since gone cold.
Just a short while before falling ill, Rabbi Yehoshua Binyomin Gordon OBM was honored to be the guest speaker at the Annual Oholei Torah Dinner in Crown Heights.
The excitement is mounting around the The Meaningful Life Center’s 2nd MyLife: Chassidus Applied Essay Contest as MLC announced the first list of prestigious judges for this year’s contest (the list is in formation, with more judges to be confirmed shortly).
Sholly and Goldy (nee Laufer) Freundlich (Crown Heights)
Mendy and Chaya (nee Lachkar) Mottal (Crown Heights)
This Motzoei Shabbos, students in United Lubavitcher Yeshiva on Crown Street from first and second grades gathered for their annual Father and Son Melava Malka.
Arrested on charges of smuggling drugs, a soon-to-married Israeli couple have found themselves in a real-life nightmare after they were arrested in a Ukrainian Airport with two pounds of marijuana in their luggage. Relatives claim that they were framed and have launched a Pidyon Shvuim fund to help cover the legal fees ahead of their trial, which is set for February 25th.