In years past, the Jewish community of Tallinn, Estonia, kept a low profile, the long-term result of half-a-century of Soviet oppression and Nazi persecution. Yet come Rosh Hashanah, hundreds of Jewish people will parade through the center of this nation’s capital city again this year, singing Jewish songs, many wearing kipahs on their heads.
Daily Archives: September 7, 2015
Three Orthodox Jewish people have died and several others are left in critical condition following an accident in Rock Hill, New York, Monday afternoon.
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Over 100 Jews gathered last night in the Marina Roscha synagogue in Moscow, Russia, for the recitation of Selichos. Following an inspiring Farbrengen and joyous dancing and singing, Selichos were recited, led by Chazzan Zalman Shimon Deren.
New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo, and New York City Mayor Bill DeBlasio as well as Police Commissioner Bill Bratton kicked off the 48th Annual West Indian Day Parade on Eastern Parkway in Crown Heights.
An anti-Semitic attack perpetrated by three hoodlums in North Manchester at the Bowker Vale Metrolink station has left one 17-year-old unconscious with a brain bleed and three other young men between the ages of 18 and 20, badly beaten.
The Forward today profiled R’ Tuvia Tatik, a Chabad Chossid and longtime Crown Heights resident, who has become something of a legend as the dean of a troubled South Bronx public middle school.
A new app with the tagline “Never Walk Home Alone” has some Crown Heights residents feeling more secure as they walk in the neighborhood.
On Rosh Chodesh Elul, 70 shluchim from the Mid-Atlantic region (New Jersey, Delaware, Pennsylvania, Maryland, District of Columbia, Virginia and W. Virginia) came together for their annual regional Kinus Hashluchim, hosted by Silver Spring, Maryland, Shluchim Rabbi and Mrs. Berel Wolvovsky at their Chabad House.
The 48th Annual West Indian Day Parade got off to a violent start during the traditional early-morning festivities of ‘J’Ouvert’ in Crown Heights, with a number of shootings and stabbings that left two people dead in separate incidents.
Last week Sunday, “Beis Gimpel Chaim-The Nemes Hall” celebrated its grand opening at 309 New York Avenue in Crown Heights. The beautiful, newly renovated location was filled to capacity with members of the Shul and their families, who enjoyed a catered dinner while being entertained by world renowned composer/singer Yossi Green, accompanied by the Mezamrim Choir.
If one Jewish woman making Challah can bring many blessings to her home, imagine the power of two thousand woman united, kneading their dough and then praying together, bringing positive energies and blessings to all those around.