This video depicting severe flooding was filmed right outside Chabad of Brickell / Downtown Miami. The flooding is the result of storm surge from Hurricane Irma coinciding with high tide in Biscayne Bay.
Daily Archives: September 10, 2017
This week’s edition of MyLife: Chassidus Applied with Rabbi Simon Jacobson, Episode 179, will air tonight, Sunday, here on CrownHeights.info, beginning at 8:00pm. This week Rabbi Jacobson will address the topics: What Are We to Make of All the Recent Natural Disasters? How Do You Explain Foul Language Use by Prominent Chassidim? What Should Be Our Attitude to Reading Non-Jewish Books? What Approach Should We Take Regarding Our Children Watching Videos?
Please take a moment and say a Kapital Tehillim for Nesanel Ben Chaya Rochel, the one-year-old son of Shluchim who will be undergoing open heart surgery Monday morning.
Judaism celebrates life. Joy. Family. But what happens when tragedy strikes? Misaskim answers the cry.
Ede Fox, Democratic candidate for City Council for Crown Heights, went to visit the Rebbe’s Ohel on the eve of the primary election. “The Rebbe continues to create a bond between so many people. I feel blessed that I had the opportunity to visit his gravesite and it was uplifting to pray at his resting place.”
ZAKA volunteers, together with representatives from Israel, New York and Holland, worked throughout Shabbos in a multi-national WhatsApp rescue operation. The mission – to arrange the rescue of the wife and children of the Chabad emissary, stranded in treacherous conditions on the Caribbean island of St. Martin.
A five-story, 165-unit rental building at 267 Rogers Avenue in Crown Heights has launched the affordable housing lottery [PDF] for 33 of its residences.
A Lubavitcher Chosid was standing on Herzliya’s Sokolov street offering strangers the opportunity to don Tefillin, when a municipal supervisor approached him and demanded that he immediately take down the stand and cease his activities.
Hurricane Irma’s leading edge bent palm trees and spit rain as it swirled toward Florida with 120 mph winds Saturday on a projected new track that could expose Tampa – not Miami – to the storm’s worst fury.