Courtesy of Rabbi Chaim Dalfin, author of the Who Is Who in Lubavitch series, we present a unique photo of a legendary Chabad Chossid whose Yahrtzeit will be marked this Shabbos. Can you identify who it is, and what he is doing in the photo?
Daily Archives: March 7, 2017
In honor of Purim, Brazilian Jewish music star Micha Gamerman released the first single off his upcoming album, Moadei Yisrael Im Micha Gamerman, a joyous Purim medley set to captivating animation.
Standing in the lobby of one of several Jewish institutions in the New York City area that have been recently targeted with bomb threats, Mayor Bill de Blasio vowed to take a tough stand against bias crimes during a Tuesday morning press conference.
This video was created by On Time Studios ahead of this year’s Purim celebrations, bearing a powerful message: be mindful not to harm others – especially those you love most – when you drink.
Due to popular demand, Bais Rivkah Day Camp is thrilled to share that the Pioneer Drama Camp will be back for its fourth successful summer.
More than 200 people turned out on Motzei Shabbos, March 4th at the Beth Gavriel Center in Forest Hills, Queens for an event that was designed to continue spreading the word about the prevalence of drug abuse within the Jewish community while offering practical suggestions and guidance to address the growing problem. The crowd was captivated by several expert medical health professionals and educators, among them the renowned lecturer and author Rabbi Y.Y. Jacobson.
Preparation for The Great Lag B’Omer Parade is in high gear. It’s been three long years since the last parade, and Lag B’Omer won’t be on Sunday again until 5784 (2024)! The Parade committee is working overtime to make this parade one that will be remembered for years to come, with many special surprises on the way – including a performance by Jewish singing superstar Benny Friedman, and a special live show by children’s favorite “Mitzvah Boulevard” along with Chaim Fogelman.
The drawing of the 3rd Annual Likras Shabbos Bayis Raffle was held on Sunday night in New York. The lucky winner of the equivalent of six months of their rent or mortgage was announced, along with the second place winner of 100 Sifrei Chassidus.
This Motzoei Shabbos, United Lubavitcher Yeshiva held their annual Father and Son Melave Malka for the 2nd 3rd and 4th grades.
A Jewish woman was assaulted and her purse was stolen while she was walking on Crown Street on Monday evening.
Rabbi Yitzchok Minkowicz, director of Chabad Lubavitch of Southwest Florida, delivers his insights on this week’s Parsha – Tetzaveh. This week Rabbi Minkowicz answers the question: What is more important, the Jews or the Torah?
Marking Oholei Torah’s 60th anniversary, the institution will be honoring 60 of its alumni at their annual gala dinnir. They were all nominated through a voting campaign which took place around election time.