Rabbi Getzy Fellig likes to find what experience a person does not realize they need, and then deliver that experience to that person.
Daily Archives: January 19, 2015
The Friendship Circle of Brooklyn’s hosted its 2nd Annual ZUMBA Recital this past weekend.
The long awaited debut album from Eli Marcus, the youngest member of the musically gifted Marcus family, is finally being released.
This weekend, over eight hundred girls experienced a Shabbos that will continue to impact their lives, long after the seventy two hour event ended: the annual Lubavitch Girls High School Shabbaton, hosted by Bais Rivkah in Crown Heights.
Izzy Eidelman hoped to open Izzy’s BBQ Addiction open by Fall 2014. But city inspections, bureaucracy and special equipment have delayed his efforts to open the city’s first Kosher smokehouse.
Hundreds of women turned out Sunday evening for the auction and evening of entertainment benefiting Lubavitcher Yeshiva. Following the auction viewing, which was compliment by delicious hot food, the crowd packed into the smaller hall for live cake decorating competition, titled ‘Kosher Cake Boss’. A panel of judges then chose the best decorated cake. Winners List added.
In a clear sign that the unofficial ‘work slowdown’ by NYPD officers had come to an end, cops have been out in force in Crown Heights giving tickets for driving and parking infractions.
Pinchas Antal, a 14-year-old Lubavitcher boy from Montreal, has entered a classical music contest being hosted by the CBC (Canada’s national public broadcaster). His entry video, in which he artfully performs an 8-minute-long classical piece on a grand piano, can be viewed in the extended article.
Have you been looking for a Taglit-Birthright Israel trip that can get you and your friends to Eretz Yisroel? Are you hoping to send your son or daughter to Israel but are worried about sending them with a standard Birthright Israel trip?
Please take a moment and say a Kapital Tehillim for Mordechai Eliezer ben Esther Simcha.
It might have been frosty outside, but the atmosphere inside of Chabad Lubavitch of Markham in Canada was toasty as 150 people gathered last Sunday to bake muffins for Toronto’s homeless. It was the latest effort in a new initiative urging the Jewish ideal of tikkun olam, “the repair of the world.”