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770 Eastern Parkway, the center of the Lubavitch world, attracts all kinds. Lubavitchers, Litvaks, Chasidim of all stripes, Sefardim, and yes, even non Jews. One such person was pulled in by the “magnet,” and took a moment to learn some Gemorah, from an upside down Sefer. 

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Ahead of the new school year, a giant billboard right outside Kfar Chabad features a blessing and picture of the Rebbe. The text of the blessing was in fact written by the Rebbe to students of Kfar Chabad, and now is displayed for all to see. This is one of several such billboards erected recently across Israel, all featuring Rebbe pictures courtesy of JEM.

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Each week in Camp Emunah’s BJJ teen camp, campers were notified of candle lighting time by chalk messages on the floor. In true camp spirit, the girls who returned home this week went on mivtzoyim all over the US, and spread the message of candle lighting time with chalk messages.

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Bais Rivkah Day Camp celebrates the birthday of the beloved Mr Tzvi Fass. Campers signed a massive birthday card in appreciation for all his hard work in maintaining the building and ensuring a successful summer.

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Making the perfect sign that will catch a persons attention, and attract them to come to a farbrengen is always a challenge. Sometimes though, simplicity, a tight budget along with a little creativity, can do the trick.

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Yeshiva Students Chananya Niasoff and Mendel Wilhelm visited over 20 prisons in Upstate New York. They are sent as representatives from the Lubavitch Youth Organization and the Aleph Institute.

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As car thefts and break ins have soared in Crown heights, we spotted this message someone put in the window of their car. Although we didn’t confirm it with the owner, we believe that it was an ingenious way to notify any potential car thieves, that this car is empty, and perhaps deter them from feeling the need to look closer.

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The Kotel on Tisha B’av attracts thousands for davening, Eicha and Kinus. This photo was taken last night, after shabbos had gone out.

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In another move into space, Israel will soon be launching its Amos 17 communications satellite through SpaceX. In the photo you see the control room from where the Israeli Amos 17 will be launched.

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This vintage photo is of Rabbi Kolodny’s a”h Class at Yeshivas Achai Temimim taken in the zal in 770. Can you help us identify all the students in the photo?

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At the fire this evening in Crown Heights, emergency services of all types rushed to the scene. An eagle eyed person caught sight of a group of Crown Heights Haztalah volunteers staging for the fire, and snapped a picture.

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We all know about Snapple facts, but did you know about New York City facts? According to NYC fact Number 971, there are “18  miles of clear wire strung around much of Manhattan to make a symbolic enclosure (Eruv) on Shabbat.”

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While on his way to Israel, the US Ambassador to Israel, David Friedman, stopped by the stand of Chabad of the Airport in JFK to sign up his family for letters in the unity Sefer Torah.

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Israel’s President Reuven Rivlin, who is currently on a visit to South Korea, presented South Korean President Moon with an Artscroll Maseches Bava Kamma, reflecting the profound interest and study of Gemara in South Korea.