Jacob Lille was a sophomore on a mission. Lille, who studies at Arizona State University, was in search of a place where he and his fellow students could congregate and chill out. A sports court, he reasoned, was exactly what they needed. Enter Chabad at ASU.
Daily Archives: May 8, 2017
The micro-nation of Monaco, which is sandwiched between France and the Mediterranean Sea, saw the largest Jewish gathering in its history during a visit to the principality by more than 1,000 Jewish students from the Former Soviet Union (FSU).
Unknown vandals brazenly set the trash in front of a Jewish apartment building ablaze on Monday afternoon.
How do you make the Aseres Hadibros relevant to your children or students? Watch how Rabbi Manis Friedman explains it so that even a puppet could understand.
The Keren Avrohom Eliezer Camp Fund – in memory of Hatomim Avremi Goldman HYD – hosted its annual auction with hundreds in attendance. the camp fund benefits children with scholarships that enables parents to send them to summer camp. Winners List Added.
The latest craze sweeping the toy world, “the Fidget Spinner,” was invented after Catherin Hettinger visited Israel and heard about young Palestinian children throwing rocks at Israel police and civilians. The inventor said she had developed the idea so that the young children could be distracted with a soothing toy.
In a continuing effort to keep beautifying and maintaining the halls and hallways of 770 – the Lubavitch World Headquarters, a new project is underway to replace parts of the new and old acoustic ceilings in 770’s upstairs Shul.
The Great Parade office at 828 Eastern Pkwy is now open for T-Shirt and wristband pickups.
Two items of great historic and religious value were just revealed to the public: A piece of fabric that was part of a robe worn by Rabbi Yisrael Baal Shem Tov (Besht), founder of the Chassidic movement, and a pipe that once belonged to Rabbi Yaakov Yitzchak Rabinowitz, more famously known as the Yehudi Hakadosh (Holy Jew) of Peschischa, a founding father of Gur chassidut and others.
A delegation of Rabbis and activists visited the Vatican on Monday morning, and spent 45 minutes in a private meeting with the pope. Among the delegation was a Chabad Shliach from Brooklyn.
Merkos Suite 302, under the direction of Rabbi Moshe Kotlarsky, has launched a new initiative to support one of the Rebbe’s oldest mosdos, Camp Gan Israel.
In honor of Yud Aleph Nissan, hundreds of young Shluchim participated in MyShliach’s “Shalsheles Hanesiim” project. Now that 10 finalists have been selected by a panel of judges, the community is invited to vote for the top three winners.
Marking the beginning of Lag Ba’omer, a communal bonfire will be lit once again on Kingston Avenue in front of the Wingate High School – located at 600 Kingston Avenue – beginning at 9:45pm.
With great sadness and pain we inform you of the very untimely passing of Refael Shmuel Badichi OBM, a young boy from Israel who was living in Crown Heights while he was being treated for his illness. He was 6 years old.