A stroll down Kingston Avenue in the Crown Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn, N.Y., reveals rows of eclectic shops, including Judaica bookstores, Chassidic art galleries and modern kosher eateries. Seemingly overlooked by time, Mermelstein Caterers—still sporting a vintage marquee from the early 1950s—sits nestled between a trendy eyeglass store and an alley.
Daily Archives: April 4, 2017
In a new feature titled From Park Slope to Pudong, Lubavitch.com author Dvora Lakein profiled six women serving as Chabad emissaries in disparate places around the world. The third of the series is an interview with Mrs. Dvora Raichman of Manaus, Brazil.
The Great Parade has released this year’s complete promo video, featuring a carpool karaoke with some of the parade’s scheduled highlights: Benny Friedman, Chaim Fogelman and the Mitzvah Boulevard Muppets.
Rabbi Yosef Kramer, a Chabad Shliach in Little Rock, Arkansas, presents Governor Asa Hutchinson with a Tzedaka Pushka after explaining the deeper meaning of charity according to Jewish tradition.
A North Miami Beach Chabad family threw a big celebration for their daughter with special needs’ Bas Mitzvah Monday night, and the community came out in droves to celebrate.
A yellow school bus was torched late Sunday night outside a public school in Crown Heights.
In a kind gesture, a Crown Heights Jewish man offered a cigarette to a stranger who approached him and asked for one. Instead of a thank you, he was beaten and robbed.
Honoring the 70th anniversary of the printing of the Rebbe’s haggadah, Oholei Torah Mesivta held a special campaign called “Mivtza Cheirusainu,” in which all bochurim learned the Rebbe’s haggadah with its many insights and explanations.
The winners of this year’s 3rd annual MyLife: Chassidus Applied Essay Contest were announced live during Sunday night’s special Yud Alef Nissan Edition of the MyLife: Chassidus Applied Webcast.
Rabbi Yitzchok Minkowicz, director of Chabad Lubavitch of Southwest Florida, delivers his insights on this week’s Parsha-Tzav. This week Rabbi Minkowicz answers the question: Why is it important that all that we do should be for the sake of Heaven?