New York City has seen record low voter turnout in Tuesday’s general elections with just 24 percent of registered voters turning out to vote, giving mayoral incumbent Bill De Blasio and easy victory over republican challenger Nicole Malliotakis.
Daily Archives: November 7, 2017
Two University of Illinois students were issued notices to appear in court Monday on felony charges in connection with the fourth incidence of vandalism to the menorah outside the Chabad Center for Jewish Life over the past two years.
As a Jewish screenwriter, David Weiss has gotten some of his best ideas from the Torah. Watch and learn how the Jewish thought that makes his work shine, can help your life soar.
It was standing room only last Wednesday evening as family, students, admirers, and friends gathered in Lubavitch Yeshivah, 570 Crown Street, to remember Dr. Yitzchok Block, a true Chossid, pioneering campus Shliach, leading philosopher and gifted speaker.
40 women gathered on Sunday morning for a special program for Friendship Circle mothers, held at the ’94 Shul. With three highly sought out speakers, the women were treated to a beautiful Morning of You.
Voters in New York City are poised to decide whether to give Mayor Bill de Blasio a second term leading the nation’s largest city, among other issues and key races to be decided throughout the five boroughs.
On Thursday evening, two emergency response dispatchers from United Hatzalah in Israel went on their shift break and took time out to pray in the break-room. Both responders prayed their evening prayers, but they were of two different religions.
There is great excitement in the Jewish community in the Russian city of Kazan, as preparations are underway for the great historical event that will take place this Wednesday, G-d willing. The 20th of Cheshvan marks the birthday of the fifth Lubavitcher Rebbe, the Rebbe Rashab, who founded Yeshiva Tomchei Tmimim. On the eve of his birthday, yet another branch of this yeshiva will be opened and dedicated in the capital city of Tatarstan, which is Russia’s largest Muslim republic.
JLI presents its unique, two-minute video featuring a powerful and relevant message from a timely tale. This week’s video for Parshas Chayei Sarah is titled: The Gemologist.
Around the world in 80 days? How about around the U.S. in 50 states? On Nov. 5, Jerusalem Post chief political correspondent Gil Hoffman made history as the first paid lecturer to speak about Israel in all 50 states. “There’s no way I could have gotten to all 50 states without Chabad,” he said.