New York State Lawmakers are considering a proposal to require labels to warn consumers about the adverse health effects of sugary drinks, in a similar manner to the way cigarette packages are labeled.
Daily Archives: April 13, 2015
Cheder Levi Yitzchok is a Chabad Lubavitch school which is focused upon producing Australia’s future Chabad leaders.
The role of Principal is the most senior leadership position at the school responsible for overseeing student wellbeing, classroom experience, curriculum, operations, compliance, staff management and wellbeing, parent liaison, financial management and facilities management.
We seek an experienced and inspirational Chabad educator with skills in school operations, staff management and motivation, and with the capacity to foster a passionate Chassidishe environment.
Please contact Mrs Devora Goldman: email@example.com...
Mendy and Mushkah (nee Sapochinsky) Friedman from Westlake Village, CA, United States had a baby boy!
Sruli Fiestman (Crown Heights) to Chaya Friedfertig (Crown Heights) L’Chaim: Tonight, Thursday, 8:30pm Upstairs at the JCM
Michoel Gringras (Chile) to Rochel Fenwick (Colorado) L’Chaim: Tuesday night, November 2nd, 8:00PM at 537 Crown Street
Mottel Sudak (Edgware, UK) and Chanale Ehrenreich (Nyack, NY) L’Chaim: Tonight, Wednesday, 8:30pm at ULY Crown Street
In this vintage photograph, three young students at the Lubavitcher Yeshiva on Bedford and Dean pose for a picture in 1958. Can you identify any of the three?
New York City News Blog The Gothamist recently published this following article on the practice of speculative real-estate investors who incessantly try to persuade homeowners to sell their homes to them for cash.
Addressing a new campaign against anti-Semitism which calls on European gentiles to publicly wear Jewish symbols in solidarity with their Jewish neighbors, Holland’s chief rabbi chose to share his views on the startlingly dramatic rise of anti-Jewish hatred he has witnessed.
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Beis Chana, a Chabad-run high school for girls in Paris, was named the top high school in France in a ranking compiled by Le Parisien daily, a local media outlet. The school beat out France’s other 4,300 high schools.
Levi Marasow (Paris, France) to Mussi Grossbaum (Paramus, Nj)
Ulam Chana 556 Crown Street
Sholem Kalmenson (Crown Heights) to Devorah Leah Krinsky (Vilnius, Lithuania)
1374 Union St
Maish Richler (Los Angeles, Ca) to Rivkah Cohen (Crown Heights)
The Alpha Space 1467 Bedford Ave
Shmuli Laufer (Providence, Ri) to Rivky Vaisfiche (Melville, Ny)
Beis Levi Yitzchok
Naftali Wilhelm (Crown Heights) to Sarah Lazar (Moscow, Russia)
Jewish Childrens Museum
Moshe Medvin (Pennsylvania) to Mussia Kuperman (Crown Heights)
Eshel Hall 272 Kingston Ave
Moshe Samuel Gano (Camarillo, Ca) to Sara Mochkin (Crown Heights)
The Iyun Center 650 Sackett St
Motti Dubov (Princeton, Nj) to Raizy Wagner (Toronto, Canada)
Mendy Spalter (Morristown, Nj) to Mushkie Brikman (Crown Heights)
Levi Muskal (Wellington, Fl) to Chaya Drookman (Toronto, Canada)
Chevra Ahavas Yisroel
Shaya Liberow (Barranquilla, Columbia) to Kraindy Schapiro (Manalapan, Nj)
Yosef Stevenson (Atlanta, Ga) to Basya Hans (Miami/new York)
644 Eastern Parkway
Radio has always been something of a family affair. Long before the advent of television, radio—the original electronic medium—brought together listeners for all kinds of programs, including news for adults and entertainment for children. It also ran specifically Jewish content, with one extended family of rabbis drawn to the medium over generations: the Hechts.
Yesterday, Sunday, the alumni of the Chabad School ‘Tiferes Menachem’ of Beitar Illit, Israel, gathered for a reunion.
In accordance with the instructions of the Rebbe, the Chabad community of Kiryat Gat, Israel, gathered for an evening of Torah and unity, where they listened to Shiurim and Pilpulim from various local Rabbonim of all stripes.