A terrible accident left U.S. Army Sgt. Jordan Adams in a coma and fighting for his life. One year later a revolutionary medical procedure held promising potential and would be covered by medical insurance, only the transportation – air ambulance – would not and was beyond the reach of Sgt. Adams’ family. That was until Vital One got the call.
Daily Archives: January 11, 2015
Following a unity march which brought millions into the streets of Paris, French President François Hollande and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu visited the Grand Synagogue of Victoire where they were to attend a service honoring those murdered in the terrorist attacks last week.
What is that 9-foot-tall rabbi selling? Raffle tickets! Organizers behind the Bayis Raffle, which is offering its winner 6 months of rent or mortgage payments along with 100 seforim, got a 9-foot-tall ‘mascot’ to help sell raffle tickets over the weekend on Kingston Avenue and in 770.
Following the terror attacks in France, Rabbi Yehuda Krinsky, Chairman of Merkos Linyonei Chinuch, released a statement reaffirming sentiments echoed by many Parisian Jews that “Jewish life will not shut down.”
This week’s edition of MyLife: Chassidus Applied with Rabbi Simon Jacobson, Episode 51, will air tonight, Sunday, here on CrownHeights.info, beginning at 8:00pm. This week Rabbi Jacobson will address the topics: Mental Illness [Pt. 2], Is There Any Virtue to Madness? Unaffordable Housing in Crown Heights, Alternatives to Yelling [Pt. 2], Shabbos Peace With Young Children.
A fast moving 2-alarm fire in a 3-story home on Eastern Parkway injured 3 residents and four fire fighters, who struggled for nearly an hour to contain and douse the blaze. One of those injured, a woman, was critically injured.
While there’s no wrong time for studying Torah, an argument can be made that now is an especially good time, with a stretch between major Jewish holidays and winter in full swing in much of the world.
A series of terror attacks which claimed 16 lives in Paris, the capitol city of France, last week has brought hundreds of thousands of people out into the streets who marching alongside world leaders in a show of unity and defiance against terror. Live video of the march in the Extended Article.
A 19-year-old African-American man was shot and killed just steps from his home in Crown Heights Thursday afternoon.