Ended: Hatzalah of Crown Heights is holding their annual Melava Malka and health symposium in the Oholei Torah Ballroom. An archive of the broadcast is now available for viewing.
Daily Archives: January 6, 2018
Imagine walking into a convenience store with your headphones on, picking out a conditioner bottle — then turning around to see two police officers pointing their guns at you. That’s what happened to Ben Faulding, a black Jewish New Yorker while walking back from his gym in Long Island, New York, and stopped to buy some toiletries.
On a sunny, frigid morning in January, a small group of people gathered in a Minnesota cemetery. Windchills plunging past 25 below zero did not deter them, for theirs was a time-honored and sacred task.
Rabbi Henry Isaacs served as rabbi on Bangor, Maine, for close to forty years. In 1958, he was a rabbinical student at Yeshiva University, and was engaged to be married. He had plans to enter the Armed Forces and join the Air Force. His father wouldn’t agree and unsure how to proceed, he turned to the Rebbe.
Ahead of this years CTeen Shabbaton, a ‘thank you letter’ in the form of a video – with members of the CTeen headquarters – thank Crown Heights for being the Hachnosas Orchim capitol of the world.
The Inside Story: A Chassidic Perspective on Biblical Events, Laws, and Personalities, Volume II: Shemos,by Rabbi Yanki Tauber, hits bookstores just in time for when we begin reading this second book of the Torah. This new volume is being met with great anticipation and demand—following the immense popularity of the first volume on Bereishis, released last year.