When Al Jaffee finally put down his pencil last month at the age of 99, the venerable cartoonist could look back at an impressive body of work. Jaffee was Moshiach Times Children magazines cartoonist, and the man behind The Shpy.
The National Weather Service has issued a Tropical Storm Warning for a large swath of the North East, including New York City, that is projected to last through Friday.
With the beginning the three week period – we present a letter of the Rebbe to an artist in a mood of despair. The Rebbe points to the talent of an artist to see beyond the surface of the object and express its inner essence. So too in our service of Hashem – where we aim to see more than the surface. The Rebbe discusses the purpose of trials, tragedies and difficulties – especially in light of chassidus.
Igud Hamelamdim, an organization that provides invaluable services to Mechanchim, is running its gold star annual Teacher Training Course in Crown Heights, as well as online.
After four months of fighting for his life, JNet founder Yudi Dukes was able to speak, and his message was “I am coming back!” Listen to his powerful words.
Four virtual Shiurim on Hilchos Bais Habchira will be taking place for the Crown Heights Jewish community, arranged by the Association of Crown Heights Shuls.
The 350 students of Yeshivas Tomchei Temiim Brunoy alon with the yeshiva’s staff have made their way to the Yeshiva’s yearly summer location in the French Alps. There, at a hotel rented by the yeshiva’s management, they will continue to learn for next three weeks.
For most of his life, Rabbi Shmuel Blizinsky (1931-2020) served as the Chabad emissary to the kibbutzim of Israel. In recent years, he retired to Hollywood, Florida, where he continued his outreach work. He was interviewed in March of 2011.
If the NYC’s Police motto may be “If you See Something, Say Something,” then the criminals motto must be “If You See Something, Try the Door Handle When No One Is Looking.” This unsuspicious looking man saw something in a car window on Kingston Ave on Wednesday, and loitered around until no one was looking, when he tied the door handle and riffled around the car.
New York’s Finest are putting in for retirement faster than the NYPD can handle — while citing a lack of respect and the loss of overtime pay.
At a socially minimized event following local health guidelines, a new Chabad shul in Moscow was inaugurated, expanding the availability for the local Jewish community.
Reminiscent of New York City Mayor Bill De Blasio’s bungling of COVID social distancing enforcement, the police in Israel have again become famous after multiple videos surface showing targeted enforcement on Charedim.
The famous Shul in the Paris Pletzl at 17 rue des Rosiers, located in the Marais district’s 4th arrondissement of Paris, underwent renovations while the pandemic kept everyone at home.
As COVID ground the country to a standstill, the federal government gave a ray of hope to businesses and organizations in the form of the Paycheck protection Program. Let’s take a look at which Mosdos got what in Crown Heights.
Children headed to summer camps this week, and for hundreds of Yaldei Hashluchim this was no different. Monday morning they all woke up with a smile on their face ready to join their fellow Shluchim in the first-ever MyShliach Virtual Camp by Merkos 302.
In honor of the 39th Siyum HoRambam and the beginning of the 40th Vaad Or Vechom is pleased to present a web page that gather all resources connected to the Takono of Rambam.
There is nothing like a children’s book to create memories and pass the time, or reading an informative textbook to expand your knowledge. Now there is another literary option in Crown Heights with a Little Free Library opening for the community.