The men gathered their children and hurried across San Jose Boulevard. One man covered his children in light-reflective safety vests. His beard reached down to his tie, his sons’ tufts of hair tucked behind their ears.
Daily Archives: September 23, 2013
Police in Crown Heights are asking for the public’s help locating two suspects wanted in connection with a mugging that took place on Saturday.
Only 19 percent of the voters in the New York city mayoral primary on September 10 were Jewish.
From dusk to dawn, thousands of Chasidim and Jews from all walks of life danced joyously at Simchas Beis Hashoeva on Kingston Ave. in Crown Heights.
Wrapped in a Talis, a group of Tzfatis smashed through the front door of 770 yesterday to reenact the distribution of dollars, which the Rebbe would do every Sunday between 1986 and 1992. This incident caps month-long terror campaign in which the Rebbe’s Library was broken into, a Gabbai was beaten up and Tishrei guests were threatened not to visit the Ohel.
On Sunday, hundreds of people attended a Sukkah party at the Hallandale Beach Hebrew School. The event was organized by Rabbi Levi and Dassy Tennenhaus, directors of Chabad of South Broward County, Florida.
Yesterday, Yossi and Sterna Zwiebel of Crown Heights took their children on a Chol Hamoed trip to the Prospect Park Zoo. The children made sure to bring along a set of Lulav and Esrog, and asked any Jewish person they encountered if they would partake in the Mitzva.
Early Sunday evening, the street on the corner of Kingston and Montgomery filled with excited children as they anticipated the start of a special Simchas Beis Hashoeva program just for them.
Over 75 men, women and children enjoyed great food and atmosphere at the annual Lubavitch of Scotland Succos barbecue, held in the Sukkah of Rabbi Chaim and Mrs. Sora Jacobs, Lubavitch shluchim in Scotland for 44 years.