When Rabbi Yosef Wilhelm and his wife, Devora, moved to Manhattan five years ago, they had a list of about a dozen names of young adults in the area.
Daily Archives: October 20, 2014
In the early days of Chabad’s presence in Los Angeles, a mobile Sukkah offers Jewish students and faculty members of UCLA, as well as local Jewish residents, the opportunity to perform the Mitzvah of Arba Minim. Can you recognize the young Lubavitcher in the photo?
On the occasion of Reb Levi Yitzchok of Berditchov’s yahrzeit on the 25th of Tishrei, we present the following amazing personal story as related by a survivor of the holocaust, written by Rabbi Sholom Dovber Avtzon.
Three men mugged a 21-year-old woman in Crown Heights earlier this month, tackling her and punching in the face repeatedly – breaking her nose – before stealing her cellphone and purse.
Today is the yahrtzeit of Reb Aharon of Zhitomir, a student of Reb Levi Yitzchok of Berdichev and author of the sefer Toldos Aharon. For the occasion, dozens of Jews arrived in Zhitomir, located in western Ukraine, to pray at his gravesite.
A brand new Honda Accord belonging to a member of Anash, which was parked on President Street between Kingston and Albany Avenues, was the latest victim of the mysterious wheel thieves who have been operating with impunity and devastating vehicle owners all over Crown Heights over the last couple of years.
On the 4th day of Chol Hamoed Sukkos, the 7th grade of Oholei Torah participated in “The Amazing Sukkah Hop,” which was organized by Levi Druin.
This morning, a rescue team operating in Nepal discovered the body of Michal Cherkesky, an Israeli woman who died during a surprise avalanche while hiking the Himalayan Mountains last week.
Hundreds of Jews across the island of Montreal were able to shake the Lulav and Esrog on Chol HaMoed Sukkos thanks to an environmentally friendly alternative to the traditional Sukkahmobile.