Exactly 24 hours after the Florida polls closed on the most divisive presidential election our generation has witnessed, the doors of the Coral Springs La Quinta Inn ballroom opened on a vastly different scene.
Daily Archives: November 16, 2016
Earlier this month, Chabad at McGill University in Montreal hosted an event that soon attracted protesters, including members and supporters of the anti-Israel Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) campaign, who tried to block it off and prevent other students from participating.
Over a hundred Jewish women came together for a festive challah baking workshop in Uzhgorod, Ukraine last Thursday. The workshop was organized in honor of the Bas Mitzvah of the city rabbi’s oldest daughter, as the family wanted to use the opportunity to reach out to as many local women as possible by bringing them an evening of joy and learning.
Contrary to a news report and social media messages currently going viral, Yeshiva World News has confirmed that the missing Tefillin being searched for in a Upstate New York garbage dump have unfortunately not been found.
A group of eight people forced their way into and robbed a Family Dollar located on the corner of Atlantic and Ralph Avenues on the northeastern edge of Crown Heights.
A small but strong K-8 educational institution founded by Rabbi Yitzchok and Nechamie Minkowicz, co-directors of Chabad Lubavitch of Southwest Florida, is a cornerstone for the area’s Jewish community.
A South Florida Jewish boy is being hailed a hero, after he dashed to his baby brother’s rescue as the infant fell off a changing table, which was captured on video.
Rabbi Yitzchok Minkowicz, director of Chabad Lubavitch of Southwest Florida, delivers his insights on this week’s Parsha – Vayeira. This week Rabbi Minkowicz answers the question: How can one merit to see G-d?
Dozens of volunteers have been hard at work for over two days sifting through tons of trash in an upstate landfill in an effort to locate a set of Tallis and Tefillin – that had been initially thought to have been stolen, which surveillance video revealed had actually fallen into a trashcan.
As 1,200 college students checked out of Crown Heights, and the invigorating ‘JewFest’ Shabbaton experience, their last stop was the Ohel.
For most children, the question of what they want/prefer to eat and what to put on their sandwich is the norm and expected. But for Dinush Rivkin, a young four and half year old little girl from Kiryat Malachi, she doesn’t even know what normal food is or how it tastes. Now we have a chance to help!