Miami, FL. – Florida Governor Rick Scott and First Lady Ann Scott attended a Shabbos Dinner with troops at The Shul/The Aleph Institute in Surfside.
Daily Archives: January 13, 2013
Comedian Moshe Kravitsky took on a serious note for this week’s news episode, drawing parallels from the 1940’s Nazi Germany to a shocking video of a gang of Arabs, who took advantage of the rare snowfall in Jerusalem, and attacked two Hassidic Jews with it while mocking and laughing at them.
In 1940 Chabad had begun its inception in the United States, there at the very beginning was Rabbi Dr. Nissan Mindel who had documented and preserved much of the history of Chabad in America. Today, after much anticipation and great demand, a book devoted to these works will be published.
A house party in Crown Heights? This one had a Kosher mechitza! This new band, which combines jazz and jam, was launched this past Chanukah and takes a news spin on popular niggunim.
Leon Leyson was the youngest who survived the holocaust thanks to Oskar Schindler, the righteous gentile who saved over 1,100 Jews, and went on to speak all across the country at various Chabad Houses and became a close friend to many Shluchim. He passed away on Shabbos in Orange County California.
Over 1,000 men and women turned out Motzai Shabbos for Crown Heights Hatzalah’s annual Melava Malka, health symposium and raffle for $18,000.
After over a year of intensive work by dozens of individuals, JEM is nearing the completion of its new mobile platform.