We present a collection of 3 stories from a recent initiative to catalog the stories of those who have been given the name Menachem Mendel.
Daily Archives: March 13, 2019
Dennis Prager, a nationally syndicated conservative radio talk show host, spent a minute of his radio broadcast speaking about the Rebbe, and how the Rebbe opinion that our children should not go to college was correct.
The popular messaging apps Whatsapp and Instagram, as well as the social media platform Facebook have been having having technical problems since a little before 1:00pm Wednesday afternoon. Voice notes and media can apparently not be uploaded.
The NYPD Hate Crime Task Force says they are currently investigating anti-Semitic vandalism at the Nassau Ave Subway Station on the G line. An ad with a photo of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was defaced with a swastika and the words “Die Jew (expletive removed)”.
The Inside Story: A Chassidic Perspective on Biblical Events, Laws, and Personalities, Volume III: Leviticus by Rabbi Yanki Tauber, hits bookstores just as we begin reading this third book of the Torah. This new volume is being met with great anticipation and demand.
A tribute to the martyrs of Tree of Life and to the unity of the Pittsburgh community, titled “City of Unity,” was sung by Mendel Markel.
In connection to the Yom Tov of Purim, Ashreinu has released a full newly restored recording of the historic Farbrengen on Purim 5718 lasting over seven hours.
The IDF revealed for the first time on Wednesday that Hezbollah has begun an attempt to establish a secret resistance force on the Syrian Golan Heights.
Rabbi Zalman Baras sadly passed away following a terrible illness at the age of 38. His students, friends, and colleagues have come together to relieve at least one burden from his family. And you can join the mitzvah.
As of March 7, 2019, 15 cases of pertussis, commonly known as whooping cough, have been confirmed in Rockland County. A number of these cases have originated from New Square and Monsey.
From Day to Day: Young Scholar’s Calendar and Encyclopedia is going on sale for $13 starting on the 10th Adar II, at Judaica World of Crown Heights. The book is a revised and expanded version of a book authored by the Lubavitcher Rebbe.