Campers at the Mei Menuchos Bungalow Colony in South Fallsburg, NY, enjoy a day in the sun with their teacher, Rabbi Meir Rodal.
Daily Archives: July 29, 2016
This Shabbos at the Besht, Rabbi Yosef Schmukler, Magid Shiur of the Midtown Kollel and mechaber sefer Umkah Shel Halochoh, will lead a discussion on the topic of the Mezuzah.
The NKVD interrogator continued, “All religious Jews say a blessing, before they eat food, but you place your hand over your yarmulkah, when you recite the blessing. Only a Schneesonki does that!” he thundered.
CrownHeights.info and Lubavitch Archives present a unique collection of photos of the Rebbe visiting Camp Gan Israel and Camp Emunah in the summer of 1957.
Florida likely has the first cases of Zika transmitted by mosquitoes on the U.S. mainland, the state’s governor said Friday.
“You see it. You smell it. Anywhere you drive around the city, you see the fire in the mountains,” said Rabbi Choni Marozov, co-director of Chabad of S. Clarita Valley in Southern California with his wife, Frumi. “This was definitely the worst we have seen. There have been other fires similar distances away, but they usually last a day, a day-and-a-half; this one has lasted much longer. Plus, the winds keep changing direction, so it would move away a bit and then come back.”
In honor of Chof Av, the Hillula of the Rebbe’s father, Rabbi Levi Yitzchak Schneerson, a new expansion and beautification of his holy Ohel in Alma Ata (Almaty), Kazakhstan, is being completed.
Yankees fans were ecstatic. Lefty Gomez and Joe DiMaggio had just helped their team sweep the Cincinnati Reds to win the 1939 World Series. In Newark, N.J., 12 year-old Bill Shank was happily anticipating his forthcoming bar mitzvah. Studying with the cantor at B’nei Abraham Synagogue, he was almost ready for his big day.