With sadness we inform you of the sudden passing of Reb Yehuda Hans OBM of Flatbush at the age of 82. He was fondly known as the Rebbes ‘Kapote Maker’.
Daily Archives: February 27, 2013
3 bedroom bungalow with a front screened porch.
Roomy 2-sink kitchen with many cabinets and appliances.
Spacious dining and living room area
2 air conditioners
Separate backyard-entrance laundry room with a washer and dryer
1.5 renovated bathrooms
Fully furnished both indoors and outdoors.
Very good location.
201-2203602 or 718-7562250
Click here for pictures: http://www.sky2000travel.com/bungalow
Recently, the Besht Center held its first ever event for women of the community. Over 60 women attended the event which was on the topic of communication within marriage.
The Orthodox Union has forced a name change in an upscale kosher Soho eatery by refusing to certify its current name—Jezebel.
In the newest five-star hotel in Kiev, Ukraine, the “Fairmont Grand Hotel”, the red carpet came out yet again at the annual Purim Party hosted by local businessman Raphael and his wife Devorah Rutman.
Marking their first anniversary, Chabad of New Jersey’s Rutgers Jewish outreach has started a unique community service program, made up of Rutgers students volunteering with special needs children and teens throughout Central New Jersey.
Shliach in Colorado Springs, Colorado Rabbi Moshe Eliezer Liberow, along with a group of Bochurim brought the spirit and happiness of Purim to local Jewish residents.
Photos from the wedding of Shmuely Reiz (Overland Park, KS) and Simcha Elharrar (Montreal, Canada) which took place at Le Ballroom in Montreal.
Chabad of Syracuse, directed by Rabbi Yaakov Rapoport, arranged Purim celebrations at the Oaks Assisted Living center as well as a community party in the Sheraton Inn.
At the southern tip of the west coast of Canada, in Surrey British Columbia, Jews celebrated Purim al Italia II.
Camp Emunah Campers had an exciting Shushan Purim reunion at the Aviator Sports Center Ice Skating Rink in Long Island.
It’s the MTA’s most reliable service — constant fare hikes. The transit agency will increase fares for the fourth time in five years this weekend, infuriating fed-up riders who are now searching for cheaper ways to get around town.