CrownHeights.info and Lubavitch Archives present a unique photo of the Rebbe saluting a soldier in Tzivos Hashem during Kos Shel Bracha.
Picture of the Day
Reb Mendel Itkin, OBM, whose Shloshim is being marked tonight, cheers up Israeli soldiers defending the Golan Heights on Purim, 1975, a little over a year after it was heroically recaptured from Syrian forces during the Yom Kippur War.
CrownHeights.info and Lubavitch Archives present a unique photo of the Rebbe opening his siddur to recite a bracha achrona after a farbrengen, circa mid-1970s.
Photographer and author Bentzion Elisha captured this photo somewhere in Crown Heights of an unusual sight that caught his eye. Can you come up with a good caption for it?
Photographer’s note: This “Mezuzah” was not installed on an area that requires one.
Baltimore Shliach and Police Chaplain Rabbi Chesky Tenenbaum, director of Jewish Uniformed Service Association of Maryland-Chabad, along with his son Mendel, led a Menorah Lightning ceremony at Baltimore Police Department Headquarters with Police Commissioner Kevin Davis and members of Police and Baltimore City Fire Department.
CrownHeights.info and Lubavitch Archives present a photo of the Rebbe saying a Sicha during Chanukah.
The Lubavitcher Yeshiva of London, with the help of Reb Avrohom Weisz and Mr. Stephen Lever, erected two massive billboards alongside one of the busiest roads in northwest London wishing passers-by a Happy Chanukah, and reminding them that “a little bit of light dispels a lot of darkness.”
Mont Saint-Michel, a UNESCO world heritage site and popular tourist attraction in northern France, was lit up by the light of Chanukah for the first time this year, organized by Shliach to nearby Caen, Rabbi Motty Levin.
CrownHeights.info and Lubavitch Archives present a unique photo of the Rebbe reading the Haftora in 770.
CrownHeights.info and Lubavitch Archives present a unique photo of the Rebbe encouraging the singing between talks at a Farbrengen, circa mid-1970s.
Two billboards, one on Rt. 59 and the other alongside Rt. 306 in Monsey, NY, announce the Yud Tes Kislev Farbrengen / Melave Malka hosted by the local chapter of Heichal Menachem, under the leadership of Rabbi Dovid Oberlander.
Once a prominent staple of Crown Heights takeout, Ess N’ Bench has returned to Kingston Avenue after a 25 year hiatus – at the other end of the block from the storefront it once occupied, which was torn down for the building of the Jewish Children’s Museum. Workers were spotted today putting up the legendary eatery’s retro sign above its new home.
A fabrengen for women and girls was held last night at the home of the Rebbe and Rebbetzin, in honor of their 88th wedding anniversary.
CrownHeights.info and Lubavitch Archives present a unique photo of the Rebbe encouraging the singing as he exits the shul after davening.
CrownHeights.info and Lubavitch Archives present a photo of the Rebbe encouraging the singing at a Farbrengen in the 1960s.
The Starbucks on Eastern Parkway and Franklin Avenue had this sign up today, informing customers that they no longer offer Cholov Yisroel milk. An explanation for the change of policy was not given.
CrownHeights.info and Lubavitch Archives present a vintage photo taken at the wedding of R’ Binyomin Levitin, circa 1940s. Can you identify anyone in the photo?
In honor of Thanksgiving, the Chabad of Yorktown, NY, Teen Program learned about the importance of giving thanks, baked cookies and delivered them to the local volunteer firefighters to show their appreciation on Sunday, Nov. 20.
After selling out, Hamafitz Judaica on Kingston Avenue restocked their shelves with the acclaimed Learning on the Job: Jewish Career Lessons, published by Hasidic Archives. In this photo featured on Chabad,org, a Shliach examines the stunning volume during the Kinus Hashluchim weekend.
Volunteers from Chabad of Southeast Morris County, New Jersey, delivered 700 Thanksgiving dinners to homebound seniors on Thanksgiving morning. Pictured from left to right are Rabbi Shalom Lubin, Mendel Lubin, Mike Scotti, Rabbi Mendy Lubin, Micheal Harvey, and Mathew Harvey.