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Secular Studies Teacher Positions Available!

Secular studies teachers needed for a Lubavitcher elementary boys Yeshiva in the heart of Flatbush.

A warm and friendly atmosphere and a most rewarding and fulfilling Shlichus.


Jews Who Fled Donetsk Are Again in Harm’s Way

Ukrainian Jews who fled to Mariupol to escape their country’s brutal civil war may have to uproot themselves again as the Ukrainian Army prepares to defend the southeastern coastal city, a local Chabad emissary told The Jerusalem Post.

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An Impromptu Russian Bar Mitzvah – in Michigan

Young rabbinical students Yossi Rubashkin and Mendel Polter have been spending their summer vacation traveling through the U.S. state of Michigan, bringing the light of Judaism to the few isolated Jews in the state’s rural areas. The following story was told by them, which occurred while they were in the small city of Midland.

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Monday: Parking Rules and Regulations in Crown Heights

CROWN HEIGHTS [CHI] — Tomorrow, Labor Day Monday, hundreds of thousands will be attending the annual West Indian American Day Parade in Crown Heights. Celebrations begin Sunday evening and run through Monday night. has compiled all the info you need to know in order to navigate the gridlocked neighborhood.

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New Engagement!

Mendy (ben Yisroel) Greenberg (Crown Heights) and Ita (bas Heschel) Greenberg (Buffalo, NY)

L’Chaim tonight, Sunday at Chovevei Torah
885 Eastern Pkwy [between Albany and Troy Ave]

2 Israeli Bochurim Arrested for Alleged Assault

Shortly before Shabbos ended, at around 7:00pm, two 20-year-old Israeli bochurim were walking down Montgomery Street towards Albany Avenue, heavily intoxicated and making quite a ruckus. They were confronted by an African-American man, who told them to quiet down, and an altercation between them ensued.

Sweden’s Jewish Leadership: We Will Stand Strong

Among the elderly at an old-age home in Gothenburg are survivors of Nazism, concentration camp inmates who were transported to Sweden on the White Buses in the spring of 1945 by the Swedish Red Cross. They were from Hungary, Poland, Czechoslovakia and other German occupied countries, where they remember their childhoods in once lively Jewish communities that had been decimated.

Twins! Boy and Girl!

Shmuli and Aidy (nee Katzman) Bendet (Crown Heights)

Sholom Zochor at 680 Montgomery St. [between Kingston and Albany Aves.]

‘Shalom Aleichem’ in Memory of Slain 4-Year-Old

This Shabbos, our hearts and thoughts will turn to remembering Daniel Tregerman, OBM. This innocent four-year-old boy was killed by a mortar shell fired by Hamas at Nahal Oz, near the Gaza strip. At his funeral, his grandfather tearfully spoke of how much his little grandson loved “Shalom Aleichem” and then, in a voice cracked with pain, the grandfather slowly sang the lovely melody.

Baby Boy!

Naftoli and Chani (nee Wolosow) Minkowitz (Crown Heights)

Sholom Zochor at 444 Crown St. [between Kingston and Brooklyn Aves.]

Young Professionals Affix Mezuzahs in Support of Israel

Nic and Cat Trammell of Los Angeles just installed their very first mezuzah, as have hundreds of other young couples and singles due to an initiative of the Young Jewish Professionals of Los Angeles—a Chabad center for young adults—and has spread to more than a dozen other Chabad centers catering to young Jewish professionals from Miami to Montreal.