A man was shot to death last night on Eastern Parkway and Lincoln Place in Crown Heights, and police say the suspect is still on the loose.
Daily Archives: November 2, 2016
The NYPD’s Counterterrorism Unit has been called in to a Jewish girls’ high school in Brooklyn after an unidentified man was spotted taking pictures of the building’s exterior this morning.
A Lubavitcher Chosid from Cleveland, Ohio, Rabbi Daniel Eleff, will be throwing the opening ceremonial pitch at tonight’s final game 7 of the 2016 MLB World Series. You may not recognize the name at first, but Daniel is the Dan behind Dan’s Deals.
A new New York law that carries fines of up to $7,500 for certain kinds of short-term listings is causing headaches for many Airbnb hosts, who say they are getting unfairly swept up in a measure that’s more aimed at commercial operators who turn multiple apartments into illegal hotels.
Israeli minister of science, technology and space, Mr. Ofir Akunis met with Russian chief rabbi Berel Lazar on Thursday and learned about the country’s Jewish history and its current progress in Jewish education and social support. As part of the meeting, Akunis visited Moscow’s Jewish community center, a charity center for the elderly and the Jewish museum.
According to preliminary data published Tuesday by the New York Police Department, crime in the Big Apple continued to drop again this year, with October being the safest month in the city since CompStat records began to be recorded.
A cutting-edge graphic was created that depicts the broad impact Chabad on Campus had on Jewish students and faculty members over the course of Tishrei in the United Kingdom.
The Goldman family is sitting Shiva after the passing of their father, Reb Shimon Goldman, OBM, at 1582 Carroll Street [between Troy and Schenectady Aves.] until Monday morning. Shacharis – 7:00 and 8:30. Mincha – 4:15 and 5:30. Maariv – […]
Though Jews have lived in the port city of Mobile since before the Civil War, it was only two years ago that the third most populous city in Alabama was added to the map of Chabad-Lubavitch outposts worldwide. And just last month, right before the start of the High Holidays, the community celebrated the grand opening of the Olender Chabad House, co-directed by Rabbi Yosef and Bina Goldwasser.