District professionals are by now accustomed to the daily throng of food trucks that lines the city streets, from Farragut Square to the National Mall. But on July 5, among the hot dogs and Greek gyros, the lunch-goers were presented with a new option: DC’s first full-time kosher food truck.
Daily Archives: August 12, 2016
Campers of Machne Mamosh Day Camp put on Tefillin with a Jewish man they encountered while on Mivtzoim in Flatbush today, Friday.
One night Napoleon was travelling in his coach, when he heard cries and lamentations that pull at ones heart. Feeling sorry for the terrible misfortune that this family or group suffered, Napoleon thought that perhaps he, the powerful Emperor could help alleviate some of their suffering. So he ordered his driver to stop driving and he got out of the coach.
Jews around the world are encouraged to join TorahForSholom, a special Torah in the merit of the release of Sholom Mordechai Rubashkin.
With the heat index expected to rise above 100 degrees through the weekend, Mayor Bill de Blasio today urged New Yorkers to take precautions to protect themselves and help others who may be at increased risk from the heat, including vulnerable individuals such as seniors and those with chronic health problems.
CrownHeights.info and Lubavitch Archives present a unique photo of the Rebbe greeting someone at a Farbrengen, circa mid-1970s. Photo courtesy of the Algemeiner Journal.