Friendship Circle Brooklyn hosted a Chanukah party in Crown Heights. With music, dancing, and an array of entertainment they made memories never to be forgotten.
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The New York City office of Emergency Management has released a travel advisory for Thursday in New York City. Temperatures are forecasted with wind chill to be below freezing through the weekend, with up to one inch of snow.
A Visit to Chicago’s Oldest Chabad Congregation. Founded in 1875, Anshei Lubavitch lives on in a kosher nursing home
Following the fire that destroyed a Cape Town South Africa Shul, that burned all but one of its Sifrei Torah, a public fast has been called by the Cape Town Beth Din.
A new app was launched by Chabad House Bowery, providing students and young professionals in the Bowery area of Manhattan (including students at NYU) with easier access to Chabad’s programming.
On Wednesday evening, special forces conducted an exchange of fire with terrorists inside the village of Surda in the Ramallah area. According to preliminary reports, one of the terrorists was critically wounded. Searches continue for a second terrorist who escaped.
A meeting between Shul representatives and the NYPD’s 71st precinct Community Affairs saw a very low turnout – only five of over sixty Shuls were represented – after the CHJCC failed to inform the community of the event.
The baby who was delivered prematurely after his mother was critically wounded in a shooting attack at the Ofra Junction on Sunday has died, Shaare Tzedek Medical Center announced on Wednesday.
In an apparent act of vandalism, a synagogue in Manhattan had one of its windows broken. The act, which caught on surveillance camera, does not appear to be a hate crime.
In a beautiful show of Jewish revival, a great Dutch Hall, which has not seen a Jewish event since World War Two, hosted a Chanukah concert this year.
Crown Heights Shomrim has released a Safety Alert following an incident on Montgomery and Albany Monday. The incident ended without harm, but with the threat that it will happen again.
The Rebbe proclaimed Hei Teves as a “yom segula” and an “eis ratzon.” Thanks to a local shul, coach buses will be making trips to the Ohel throughout the day.
Chabad of the Valley’s highly acclaimed “Chanukah at CityWALK” has become known as the preeminent Chanukah event on the West Coast and this year was no different as families came out in record numbers and flocked to the plaza at Universal Studios CityWALK.