New Renderings Of 406 Lefferts Avenue Planned for Crown Heights

Z Architecture has published the first renderings of a new residential building planned for 406 Lefferts Avenue in Brooklyn. The structure, that that will be located on the corner of Lefferts Ave and New York Ave, will top off at six stories and include unspecified community facility space at the ground level.

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Jewish Man Slapped in Hateful and Unprovoked Attack in Crown Heights

Around 12:30pm Saturday, as a Jewish man was walking on New York Ave through the crosswalk on Union Street, a a male black riding his bike on Union street crossed in front of him. As the man drove by he, slapped the Jewish male in the face and stated “You dirty Jew.” The NYPD will be investigating the incident as a Hate Crime.

Video of the Day

Despite a recent arrest of a package thief in Crown Heights, another thief targeted a Crown Heights home. The theft was caught on the Eastern Parkway homes surveillance camera.

Shabbos at the Besht: Sage on the Roof

This Shabbos at the Besht: Rabbi Dovid Zaklikowski is the author of 25 books, including the acclaimed Advice for Life series. He will be giving a shiur on theseemingly puzzling Talmudic story of Hillel the Elder being barred from the study hall and having to climb on the roof to study.

Darchai Menachem Bochrim Get Up Close and Personal With Shechita

Monday afternoon, Darchai Menachem Bochurim of Mesivta traded their pens and paper for gloves and aprons and moved their classroom outside. Shochet Rabbi Mendel Marozov and 15 chickens awaited the Mesivta for an all-inclusive Shchita demonstration. Bochurim would take the chickens, hold them for the Shochet, de-skin and carve them, watch the Shochet determine if they were Kosher, salt them, and then barbeque them on the following day for lunch.