A whimsically painted converted school bus used by Crown Heights-based Leviticus Studios to peddle their artwork around town was vandalized last night, when someone slashed the vehicle’s tires with a knife.
Daily Archives: August 16, 2016
Due to dire financial circumstances, in which teachers are owed over a half a year’s pay and the inability to hire new teachers, Beis Rivkah has sent a notice to all parents that they cannot yet schedule a first day of school for the coming year.
A large collection of never-before-seen photos from the historic Kinus for European Shluchim that took place in the collapsing USSR in 1991 has been shared with CrownHeights.info. The European Kinus will be held in Russia for the second time this year, exactly 25 years since this monumental occasion.
After boarding a plane to travel to Israel, Hindel Swerdlov, whose husband Yossi is Associate Director the Chabad Terror Victims Project, was pleasantly surprised to see who sat down next to her for the flight – the Israeli Olympic Judo winner whose hand would not be shaken by his Egyptian opponent. What ensued was a meaningful conversation about family, Israel. Chabad and the Rebbe that developed into a lasting friendship.
The frightening moment a Yeshiva student was robbed at knifepoint by two perpetrators on Albany Ave. and Eastern Parkway in Crown Heights Sunday night was vividly caught on surveillance video, which was obtained by CrownHeights.info.
Communists forbade them to study Torah and now their children are teaching Torah to a new generation.
Rabbi Yitzchok Minkowicz, director of Chabad Lubavitch of Southwest Florida, delivers his insights on this week’s Parsha – Va’eschanan. This week Rabbi Minkowicz answers the question: How can one find comfort in the destruction of the Beis Hamikdosh?
Cheder Chabad of Baltimore has announced the hiring of Rabbi Avrohom Wolowik to fill the role of executive director.
A Jewish man wraps tefilin with Rabbi Zalman Mendelsohn, Chabad emissary to the state of Wyoming.