Four people were arrested after Shomrim assisted police in locating a vehicle that was stolen from Crown Heights.
Daily Archives: May 31, 2016
Hundreds of Jewish children marched through the streets of Paris, France, on Lag Ba’omer, in a defiant display of Jewish pride that’s becoming increasingly rare, as the Jewish community weather’s a barrage of near-daily anti-Semitic incidents.
This attractive keepsake provides both children and adults a visual understanding of the “Aseres Hadibros” and engages them to follow-along with the Krias Hatorah.
The above photo was taken by Chevron Shliach Rabbi Danny Cohen in the Me’aras Hamechpela last week, where he and another community member sat down one morning to study Chasidus.
A 46-year-old father of two was fatally shot early this morning in Crown Heights. The incident occurred near the corner of St. John’s Place and Schenectady Avenue around 2:00am.
Pictures from the L’chaim of Bentzi Lesches (Monsey, NY) and Esty Cohen (Montreal, Canada), which took place last night, Monday, at F.R.E.E. in Crown Heights.
An exposé by the New York Post reveals that the de Blasio administration has lifted a deed restriction on an Eastern Parkway property belonging to Yeshivas Chanoch Lenaar, which will allow it to be redeveloped for housing, in exchange for $150,000.
A new book, “The Sefiros and the Self: A Divine Blueprint for Self-Discovery and Personal Growth”, delves into the Sefiros, or ten attributes as described in Chassidus. Authored by Rabbi Yaakov (Yankie) Feder, a business owner and author, the book is a culmination of years of research.
The Cheder Chabad of Baltimore elementary boys division had a chance to meet their neighbors during a Lag Ba’omer tour of the Baltimore City Public Safety Training Academy.
Rabbi Yossi Overlander helps a young volunteer battling the BDS movement wrap Tefilin in the main assembly of the United Nations Headquarters in New York.
On Thursday, hundreds of boys and girls in Kensington, Brooklyn, came together in unity for an incredible Lag Ba’omer program.
Thousands of children participated in a massive Lag Baomer Parade on 18th Avenue in Boro Park. Together, children marched down the closed off thoroughfare and participated in an amazing program which featured the recital of the twelve Pesukim, Divrei Torah alongside an acrobatic performance.
Lag Baomer was celebrated with two highly-energized programs at the Friendship Circle of Brooklyn
Rabbi Yitzchok Minkowicz, director of Chabad Lubavitch of Southwest Florida, delivers his insights on this week’s Parsha – Bechukosai. This week Rabbi Minkowicz answers the question: How can one know when they are really happy?