Cellphone and Wi-Fi coverage is now being provided for commuters at each of New York City’s many underground subway stations, one year ahead of schedule.
Daily Archives: January 9, 2017
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Rabbi Yehuda Teichtal, rabbi of the Jewish community in Berlin and the local Chabad Shliach, stands in front of the iconic Brandenburg Gate last night as the Israeli flag was projected onto it, expressing solidarity with the people of Israel after the terror attack they experienced yesterday in Jerusalem.
Alternate Side Parking (street cleaning) regulations will be suspended Tuesday, January 10, due to snow operations. All other regulations, including parking meters, remain in effect.
Until recently, Zalmy Mochkin had no specific experience as a coffee roaster. But for years he’s been tasting great coffee anywhere he can find it, from San Francisco (where he visited the original Blue Bottle Coffee with his brother) to the Australian outback, where he swears he found a perfect cup while road-tripping to Perth.
Thousands of Jewish students across the United States and the UK are being sent home today amid a flurry of bomb threats that have been leveled against Jewish day schools in Florida, Tennessee, Maryland, South Carolina, California and London.
On a Kosher phone, Siri is replaced by a familiar voice to lovers of Jewish music, in this latest video by filmmaker and comedian Mendy Pellin.
On the 22nd of Teves – January 20, thousands of Jewish children all around the world will be joining together to celebrate Shabbos. The latest in a series of fun, inspiring, and family centered events from CKids Club, the International Shabbat Dinner unites Jewish families from more than 80 Chabad Houses and Hebrew Schools for an evening of connection, friendship, and spiritual rejuvenation.
An unplanned trip to an antique store catapults Israeli singing sensation Gad Elbaz back through the generations to a 19th century Ukrainian shtetl, a simpler time and place where, despite the lack of modern conveniences, happiness was all around for the taking.
Thousands of people of all ages and stripes gathered on Tuesday, December 27, the forth night of Chanukah, at the centrally located Caulfield Park in Melbourne, Australia, to mark the 25th annual Chanukah in the Park celebration.
Watch this heartwarming rendition of “Neshoma,” featuring renowned child soloist Avrum Chaim Green and the Freilach Band. This moving song depicts the ‘Neshoma’s’ yearning to be closer to Hashem, and Klal Yisroel’s longing for the Beis Hamikdash to be rebuilt.