Some new Chasidic dancers debuted at the wedding of Gershon Felberbaum in Oholei Torah this past Thursday.
Daily Archives: July 28, 2013
The lives of those going to the National Jewish Retreat just got a little easier. The country’s largest Jewish retreat recently launched a new mobile app that will allow the over 900 attendees to personalize their retreat schedule right on their smart phones. With a swipe and a touch, Retreat goers can browse the array of lectures, have a look at the night’s entertainment, and choose which workshops to attend and when.
Many questions surround the Los Angeles Lakers after the team missed out on re-signing center Dwight Howard. No larger question than if the Lakers can reclaim its championship luster.
With the aid of a car jack, burglars attempted to break in to a Carroll Street home sometime Friday night, while the family was fast asleep. Apparently they were scared off before they could get into the home.
The NYPD conducted an Anti-Terrorism training exercise on the block of 770 Wednesday night.
Rabbi Dr. Jacob Immanuel Schochet, a Chabad scholar and academic, and a preeminent defender of traditional Jewish belief, passed away on Shabbat, the 20th of Av 5773, July 27th 2013, following a long illness. He was 77.
New York City commuters can expect to pay more to use public transportation.
The search is on for a man who attacked and robbed a 69-year-old African-American woman in Crown Heights on Friday night.
With great sadness and deep pain we inform you of the passing of Rabbi Yaakov Immanuel Schochet OBM of Toronto, Ontario at the age of 77.