Anash and Bochurim gathered Tuesday night in Crown Heights for the conclusion of the 33rd cycle of the study of three chapters of Rambam a day, and to begin the 34th cycle. A special children’s program was held as well.
Daily Archives: December 14, 2014
The Talmud (Nedarim 40a) teaches that visiting the sick can literally restore them to life. But it’s not often that the result of this mitzvah is as apparent as it was recently to Rabbi Getzy Rubashkin of Miami, Florida.
A bizarre car crash Sunday morning left a Nissan Maxima sedan perched halfway atop a parked Honda Fit compact. Witnesses said they saw the driver crawling out of his car.
In response to the recent tragedies that have befallen the Canadian military where four servicemen lost their lives in terrorist attacks and work and training accidents, members of the Jewish community reached out to the bereaved families.
This week’s edition of MyLife: Chassidus Applied with Rabbi Simon Jacobson, Episode 47, will air tonight, Sunday, here on CrownHeights.info beginning at 8:00pm. This week Rabbi Jacobson will address the following topics: Whom does 770 belong to? Women’s Place: Home or Work? Identity of Moshiach; Jewish Converts; Trust After Betrayal; Learning Rambam.
The Anash Community and Temimim joined the Siyum Horaambam hosted by the Yeshiva Gedolah of Greater Miami.
Conservative blogger and commentator Andrew Klavan takes a look at the disturbing history of Al Sharpton, and wonders how he became a black leader.
This past Yud Kislev was one of the most uplifting and life-changing events in the last twelve years of Aliya history.
Satmar Chassidim gathered at the Bedford Avenue armory in Crown Heights Heights to mark Kuf Alef Kislev, the day Rabbi Yoel Teitelbaum Ztz’l, the founder of Satmar Chassidus in America, escaped from the Nazis during the Holocaust.