770 Named ‘Unofficial’ Brooklyn Landmark

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 U. Moves into New, larger Home

by Zara Rustomji – The Brown and White

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.

Moscow’s Jewish Museum Is World’s Largest

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.