Sneak Peek into the Kinus Banquet Hall

The South Brooklyn Marine Terminal in Brooklyn, New York already played host last year to the monumental event – the Grand Gala Banquet of the Kinus Hashluchim. The scene is set to repeat once again itself Sunday evening. The following is a sneak peek at the crude commercial space being transformed into a gorgeous banquet hall.

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JCW Relaunches with New Website

After shuttering its website in back in February, followed by a successful crowd-funding campaign of over $150,000 in July, Jewish Community Watch has made good on its promise and launched a new and improved website dedicated to combating child abuse in the Orthodox Jewish community. Included in the new site is the organization’s controversial ‘Wall of Shame,’ bearing the names of 93 alleged child abusers, along with over 150 pages of educational material.

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Lubavitcher Principal Receives Prestigious Award

Among three principals to receive a prestigious award for outstanding Jewish education was the Lubavitcher principal of the Harkham Hillel Hebrew Academy in Beverly Hills, California. Rabbi Yisroel Baruch Sufrin received the Covenant Award at a ceremony in Washington, DC.

Story of Alter Rebbe Told at Agudah Convention

At this year’s annual Agudas Yisroel convention in Woodcliff Lake, NJ, Executive Vice President Rabbi Chaim Dovid Zwiebel related a fascinating and insightful story about the Alter Rebbe, which occurred during the period he spent in the czar’s prison.

Academy Educates Jewish Public School Kids for Free

Behind the walls of an unassuming single-story building on Robertson Blvd. in Los Angeles, you will find dozens of smiling faces and hear the sounds of young children engrossed in learning. Listen a little closer and you will uncover a world filled with Hebrew alphabet, davening and Torah study. It is the new Nagel Jewish Academy, a unique Jewish educational program based on the philosophy “Jewish education for every Jewish child.”