From Left to right: Rabbi Doniel Moscowitz, OBM, former head Shliach to Illinois, Rabbi Dovid Eliezrie, Shliach to Orange County, California, and Rabbi Yisroel Deren¸ head Shliach to Connecticut, attend a seminar at the International Kinus Hashluchim of 1990.
Daily Archives: November 12, 2014
Today, Clove Road in Crown Heights is an underused one-way street behind a grocery store parking lot, filled with empty shopping carts, litter and loose gravel.
Mere days before the commencement of the International Conference of Shluchim, CrownHeights.info has learned that Rabbi Aizik and Mrs. Brochi Katzman will be moving to Stoughton, Massachusetts, to serve as Chabad emissaries.
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A CrownHeights.info reader brought to our attention a troubling phenomenon: a clear attempt by the City of New York to obstruct a sign warning drivers of a newly-installed camera issuing tickets to vehicles traveling in the recently-created bus lane on Nostrand Ave.
A CrownHeights.info reader sent in this photo of a New York City subway commuter, whose dress indicates that she is a devout Muslim, reading Sue Fishkoff’s book The Rebbe’s Army, which was published in honor of the 10th anniversary of Gimmel Tammuz in 2004.
In a generation living 20+ years after Gimmel Tammuz, the value of hearing the Rebbe’s voice on a daily basis, speaking on carefully selected topics and ideas, cannot be overstated. It infuses one’s day with chayus and meaning.
How do you guide your children (toddlers to teens) on the path of yiras shomayim, while giving them the independence to make it their own?
New York State Sen. Lee Zeldin paused last week on Election Day from shaking hands and doing some last-minute campaigning to make an important stop—he visited a local Chabad center to wrap tefillin and recite Jewish prayers.
Yesterday, the 7th and 8th grades of Oholei Torah were in for a great surprise.