Right after Purim of this year, Menucha Rochel Andrusier, a 4-year-old Shlucha from Irvine, California, was diagnosed with a yenah machla. The road ahead is extremely difficult and challenging, but with the help of Hashem and all the Mitzvos being done for Rochel, she will G-d willing merit a complete and speedy recovery.
Daily Archives: June 10, 2015
Rabbi Yossi Lipsker presents Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker and First Lady Lauren Baker with a Menorah and the Lamplighter Award at Chabad of the North Shore of Boston’s 23rd anniversary gala dinner.
Chabad at the Shore in Atlantic City, NJ, directed by Rabbi Avrohom Rapoport, and head Shliach of Atlantic & Cape May Counties, Rabbi Shmuel Rapoport, announced the purchase of a former Episcopal Church, which – after thorough renovations – will become a center of Jewish outreach.
Residents in northern Crown Heights are asking transportation officials to make safety changes on St. Johns Place in the wake of two deadly accidents.
Singles and couples from as far as Brooklyn traveled to Great Neck, Long Island, to hear Rabbi Manis Friedman’s words of wisdom on the topic of dating.
Baby Café, the highly innovative and trendy baby feeder to Torah Tots Preschool of Chabad Markham, Ontario, has concluded another highly successful year. Over 20 babies and their parents attended this exciting and stimulating program.
Roosevelt lsland—the unobtrusive strip of land that sits in the East River between Queens and Manhattan—is a place many New Yorkers might have trouble pointing out on a map.
A rabbinical court in Israel granted 100,000 shekels to Haifa resident who refused a Gett for 14 years.
Rabbi Yitzchok Minkowicz, director of Chabad Lubavitch of Southwest Florida, delivers his insights on this week’s Parsha – Shelach. This week Rabbi Minkowicz answers the question: Are we supposed to rely 100% on G-d?