Police once again removed a local activist from a Crown Heights community board meeting after she repeatedly interrupted the gathering organized to discuss rezoning in the neighborhood.
Daily Archives: March 18, 2015
Rabbi Yitzchok Minkowicz, director of Chabad Lubavitch of Southwest Florida, delivers his insights on this week’s Parsha – Vayikra. This week Rabbi Minkowicz answers the question: How does one practice unconditional love?
Last week, Baltimore Shliach Rabbi Chesky Tenenbaum was invited to give the invocation at Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake’s state of the city address at Baltimore City Hall.
A number of institutional changes are underway at Yeshivas Tomchei Temimim Lubavitch of Morristown, NJ, amid recent hardships the veteran Chabad establishment has been undergoing.
Drivers beware: The New York City Department of Transportation has set up a mobile speed camera on Carroll Street between Troy and Schenectady Aves. Any vehicle traveling above the 25mph speed limit will be issued a ticket via mail.
This Pesach, popular Lego superhero FreedoMan will lead thousands of young Chabad House-goers to victory over Pharaoh in the brand-new CKids Tzivos Hashem Freedom Challenge.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu released a statement early Wednesday morning inviting potential coalition partners to immediately enter talks for the swift formation of what is expected to be a religious-nationalist government in Jerusalem.
Camp Emunah is not hosting a Chinese Auction. Click here to purchase a ticket, and leave the splitting to them.
Sara Chana Silverstein, a Crown Heights mother of seven who specializes in areas of alternative medicine and herbs, appeared on the CT Style show to share her tips on finding the best health food store buys for under $15.00.
Results of yesteday’s Israeli elections took all political pundits by surprise. From being the underdog and all the polls predicting he will lose, Benjamin Netanyahu managed to turn the tide with a stunning victory. Despite what he called ‘outside money’ trying to defeat him, he will remain prime minister.