The Leadership team of the New South Wales Ambulance Service visited Our Big Kitchen, a Chabad charity in Sydney directed by Rabbi Dovid Slavin, to help cook meals for those in need.
Daily Archives: October 31, 2016
Four people, including a 2-year-old boy, were light-to-moderately injured in an accident in the intersection of Eastern Parkway and Brooklyn Ave. this afternoon.
In honor of the two-day Rosh Chodesh Cheshvan, rising Jewish music star Simche Friedman and talented pianist Yosef Chaim present a medley of songs connected with Rosh Chodesh and Hallel.
1,800 residents of the secular Israeli city of Reut have signed a petition against the planned building of a Chabad synagogue in the city.
Hot off the press came the sixth and final tome of Ein Yaakov, which has been translated for the first time ever into the Russian language along with all its commentaries. This project was initiated by Chief Rabbi of Russia, Berel Lazar, with the generous help of the Rohr family.
Alternate side parking (street cleaning) regulations will be suspended Tuesday, November 1, for a Catholic holiday. All other regulations, including parking meters, remain in effect.
A sign identifying the Chabad Jewish student center at Texas A&M University was vandalized and then stolen.
Halloween seems like an innocent holiday not affiliated with any particular religion. Children (sometimes, adults too) dress up, give and get candy, and in general, just have fun. Is there any reason a Jew should not join in the revelry?
Beth Rivkah of Montreal has earned the third highest rank of all 459 schools, private and public, in the province of Quebec, and number one in the entire province for “improvement over the last five years”. This is based on an independent analysis conducted by the Fraser Institute (a research and educational organization), which took ten factors into account. The media, including a television crew, came to Beth Rivkah to cover the story.
A 15-year-old teen was apprehended and arrested Motzei Shabbos after he mugged a Jewish women and took her cellphone. This despite the unfortunate best efforts of two cops, who subjected the victim to repeated questioning in an apparent effort to make her doubt herself.
With sadness we inform you of the passing of Rabbi Shimon Goldman OBM of Crown Heights, at the age of 91. The Levaya will take place on Tuesday.