As we approach the new year, we pray and wish each other to be inscribed and sealed for a sweet new year with revealed goodness for all. Here JEM presents a beautiful playlist with videos of the Rebbe related to Rosh Hashana.
Daily Archives: October 2, 2016
Chabad.org writer Menachem Posner tells of the fixation that Chicago architects had with doors back in the 1920s when his house was built, and why this benefits his Sofer every year before Rosh Hashana.
With the year 5776 coming to close, we take a look back at some of the most popular and engaging stories of the past year – from the stories that inspired us to those that unfortunately saddened us. We also take a look at some interesting mazal tov statistics.
A new Jewish community center opened in Moscow yesterday, targeting students of the prestigious International Relations Institute situated next door. This is the first “on-campus” Jewish center in the Former Soviet Union (FSU), where most JCCs are family-oriented and located in residential areas.
Alternate side parking (street cleaning) regulations will be suspended Monday and Tuesday, October 3-4, for Rosh Hashana. All other regulations, including parking meters, remain in effect.
While the Yeshiva is on break the massive lunchroom of Oholei Torah has been re-purposed by the Vaad Talmidei Hatmimim to serve as a ‘Seudas Eliyahu’ hall in order to feed thousands of guests who are staying in the Rebbes vicinity for the month of Tishrei.
The campers of Gan Israel-New York had the summer of a lifetime; some of those memories were captured on video by videographer Motty Reizes.