The newly constructed One World Trade Center’s elevators will feature a stunning visual display of New York’s skyline as it developed over the last 500 years. As the elevator rises, the Big Apple’s skyline rises with it through history.
Daily Archives: April 22, 2015
Rabbi Elio (Eliyahu) Toaff, chief rabbi of Rome and a leader of Italian Jewry for more than 50 years, passed away on Sunday at the age of 99.
A group of advocates is asking New York state lawmakers to eliminate the statute of limitations on instances of abuse committed against minors.
A London-based Russian oligarch who was sued by his own rabbi over two major London property deals has settled the case out of court.
Rachel Delia Benaim wrote the following op-ed, which was published in The Forward, explaining why she believes an airplane full of passengers ignored a Chabad woman’s warning that something was wrong with the aircraft.
Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams declared April as “Brooklyn Landmarks Month” to honor its 21 historic districts, two interior landmarks and roughly 100 individual landmarks — from the Grand Army Plaza to the Williamsburg Savings Bank to Coney Island’s Wonder Wheel.
Chabad at Lehigh was established in 2008 with the dream of creating a “home away from home” for the Lehigh Jewish community. Since then, it has seen growth that cannot be contained in its current 2,500-square-foot townhouse on Evans Street. A new house is being built to provide the much-needed space to accommodate and expand the growing programs and events.
Walk into what was once a Moscow bus station and you’ve stepped into what’s not merely an institution of “living history” but one of “interactive history” – a place where one can go back in time not by the simple act of looking at the past but by actually taking part in those times in the present moment.