Hurricane Sandy may combine with a second storm coming out of the Midwest to create a system that would rival the New England hurricane of 1938 in intensity, said Paul Kocin, a National Weather Service meteorologist in College Park, Maryland. The hurricane currently passing the Bahamas has killed 21 people across the Caribbean, the Associated Press reported, citing local officials.
Daily Archives: October 26, 2012
Mendel Goldstein (Anne Arbor, MI) to Shifra Freundlich (Montreal, Canada) L’Chaim: Tonight, Tuesday, 7:00pm at 827 Eastern Parkway
Mendel Lipskier (Moscow, Russia) to Gity Pinson (Pasedona, CA) L’Chaim: Tonight, Tuesday, 8:00pm at F.R.E.E.
Menachem Lazaroff (College Station, TX) to Moussie Feller (Twin Cities, MN) L’Chaim: Tonight, Monday, 8:30pm at the JCM
Moishy Serebryanski (Toronto, Ontario) to Miriam Maryasha Liberow (Boca Raton, FL) L’Chaim: Tonight, Monday, 8:30pm at Lubavitcher Yeshiva Crown St.
Levi Naki (Hetzaliya, Israel) to Batya Azulai (Montreal, Canada) L’Chaim: Sunday, September 18th, 8:00pm at F.R.E.E.
Elya Haim (New York, NY) to Rivka Stone (New York, NY) L’Chaim: Monday, September 19th, 8:30pm at Rubashkin’s 1349 President St. Upstairs
Shimon Sabol (Crown Heights) to Shira Friedman (Winnipeg, Canada) L’Chaim: Tonight, Wednesday, 8:00pm at Bais Rivkah 310 Crown Street
NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg crowed quite contentedly in an interview with The Atlantic about pushing back against those who opposed his measure to regulate metzitzah b’peh. “I think it’s fair to say that nobody else would take that on. I mean, come on! Forget about the fact that—“They do what!?”—Who wants to have 10,000 guys in black hats outside your office screaming?” the Mayor was quoted as saying.
When it's three doctors against one rabbi, who would you believe?
When it’s three doctors against one rabbi, who would you believe?
Nightlife’s third event of the 5773 academic year went off without a hitch this past Monday evening, October 22, 2012. Mendel Morosow, known for his special ability to heal and guide through seeing energy with his mind’s eye, spoke to a packed crowd of enthralled young women. Morosow spoke about his work and inherent talent, and patiently and thoughtfully answered attendees’ various questions.
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Three days packed with 9 Different Workshops for 3,000 children, 400 Teachers, 1,500 parents, 50 mental health professionals, dozens of school administrators and more. Safety Kid is coming to town!
Mendel Goldstein (Anne Arbor, Mi) to Shifra Freundlich (Montreal, Canada)
827 Eastern Parkway
Moishy Serebryanski (Toronto, Ontario) to Miriam Maryasha Liberow (Boca Raton, Fl)
Menachem Lazaroff (College Station, Tx) to Moussie Feller (Twin Cities, Mn)
Jewish Childrens Museum
Shimon Sabol (Crown Heights) to Shira Friedman (Winnipeg, Canada)
Beis Rivka - 310 Crown St
Yisroel Melamud (Crown Heights) to Moussie Berkowitz (Crown Heights)
Jewish Childrens Museum
Yossi Lipskier (Sherman Oaks, Ca) to Mushka Strasburg (Kfar Chabad)
Menachem Cohen (Cleveland, Ohio) to Chana Leah Backman (Crown Heights/florida)
Gruit 252 Empire Blvd
Chanoch Hecht (Australia/jerusalem) to Simi Sebbag (Crown Heights)
Menachem Mendel Kapirow (Rio De Janeiro, Brazil) to Fayga Karp (Cincinnati, Ohio)
Chabad-Lubavitch emissaries are nothing if not adaptable. Scattered the world over, from Japan to India to Vietnam, Russia to South Africa, and throughout big American cities and small towns, they often do their work in foreign surroundings.
The city has installed brand new parking meters along Kingston Ave., increasing the likelihood you will find parking next time you go shopping – but decreasing the likelihood you will be able to afford it.
This Shabbos at the Best, Rabbi Naftali Silberberg will lead a discussion on the topic: Avraham’s Two Journeys to Eretz Yisroel.
I write this op-ed as a response to Eyal Rav-Noy’s article titled, “Op-Ed: Why Mendel Can’t Read” from Oct 24th. As a Lubavitcher Special educator directing a learning enhancement program in Crown Heights which includes children with reading difficulties, I am compelled to respond to some of the views outlined in the article which I feel are heretic in nature from a spiritual standpoint and inaccurate and misleading from a professional standpoint.