The U.S. Geological Survey is reporting that there has been an earthquake along the East Coast, which was felt by some people in the New York City area.
Daily Archives: November 30, 2017
“Why do we need to wait for bad things to happen to someone before we even bother to acknowledge that they exist?” asks Florida Shliach Rabbi Avrohom Brashevitzky in this striking op-ed. “Are we worth more dead than alive?”
Did WhatsApp go down for you on Thursday afternoon? You aren’t alone. The Facebook-owned messaging service is experiencing a major global outage, which led to difficulties in accessing the app and sending messages to friends.
A 15-year-old girl is lucky to be alive after a bullet meant for someone else tore a hole in her coat, leaving her shaken but unhurt. The incident occured on Shabbos afternoon in front of Congregation Ahavas Moshe, also known as the Maple Street Shul.
JLI presents its unique two-minute video featuring a powerful and relevant message from a timely tale. This week’s video for Parshas Vayishlach is titled: A Tall Tale.
Mr. Danny Finkelman is a director and filmmaker who founded the film production house Sparks Next. He was interviewed by JEM’s My Encounter with the Rebbe project in New York in May of 2013.
In the olden days, a lamplighter would go from place to place and light up the dark streets. With electrical street lights, the job has become somewhat obsolete, but the premise of the lamplighter still exists in the spiritual sense. […]
This weekend, Bais Rivkah High School had the most amazing shabbaton ever! Five hundred girls united together, singing, dancing, and breaking through boundaries.
A full crowd of men and women gathered this past Motzaei Shabbos at the Razag Ballroom in Crown Heights for the fifth annual Melava Malka of Yagdil Torah.