The two North Miami girls who went missing yesterday after a Shabbos walk gone awry told their rescuers that hearing helicopters circling overhead in the darkness provided them with much needed reassurance and hope during a chilly Florida night spent lost in swamp-filled woods.
Daily Archives: April 10, 2016
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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
1,400 people gathered in The School of the Deaf Auditorium in Crown Heights Sunday to watch the boys finalists compete in the International Sefer Hamitzvos tournament.
Last night, Motzei Shabbos, at around midnight, a young Jewish woman was brutally assaulted and mugged in the lobby of her apartment building.
Finalists spent a life-changing Shabbos in Crown Heights as a reward for months of studying the 613 mitzvos.
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This week’s edition of MyLife: Chassidus Applied with Rabbi Simon Jacobson, Episode 111, will air tonight, Sunday, here on CrownHeights.info, beginning at 8:00pm. This week Rabbi Jacobson will address the topics: Can I Help A Friend Believe in Himself When I Struggle With Confidence Myself? What Is the Significance of Beis Nisan? How Extreme Should I Be in Filtering Children’s Exposure?
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
After a grueling night of searches, the two missing Florida high school girls have reportedly been found in a heavily wooded and swampy area near the resort where they were staying. UPDATE: B”H they are out of the woods and en route to the hospital.
Rabbi Shmuel Lesches, Magid Shiur in the Yeshiva Gedola of Melbourne, Australia, has compiled a guide to the laws of the month of Nissan and the Yom Tov of Pesach for the benefit of the wider Lubavitch community.
More people than ever are being ticketed for texting while driving in New York State. Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Friday that the number of tickets issued to people violating the state’s ban on texting while driving has increased by 840 percent since 2011.