Mayor Bill de Blasio has signed legislation raising the minimum price for a pack of cigarettes to $13 in New York City, making it the most expensive place to buy cigarettes in the U.S.
Daily Archives: August 28, 2017
-4th Bedroom was made into a Living Room,
-Split units in every room,
-Custom made closets,
-Very sunny unit,
-2 Porches directly from unit,
-Private Storage Room,
Listed to sell
Price: $995,000. Firm
“NYC HASIDIC DRIVERS IN MINIVANS ARE DEADLY!! LOCALS BE CAREFUL!” is the anti-Semitic message scrawled on a garbage bin outside the popular Stewart’s gas station in Fallsburg, NY, a popular summer destination for Chasidic families from New York City.
Why do traditional synagogues have separate seating for men and women? Enjoy a quick look into the history of the Mechitza in this lecture delivered by Professor Jonathan Sarna at JLI’s National Jewish Retreat.
As unprecedented amounts of rain continue to fall across the Houston area, evacuation orders continue to be issued. One such mandatory evacuation is taking place at Chabad of Sugar Land, a suburb of Houston.
50 shluchim, shluchos, Chabad House administrators, and staff recently gathered in Aventura on Aug. 15 for “Face-to-Face with ChabadOne,” an immersive training conference on the manifold tools and services offered by Chabad.org’s ChabadOne platform. The daylong event was hosted by Lubavitch Aventura South.
In an escalation of a feud among Polish Jews over a perceived increase in anti-Semitic rhetoric and the government’s role in stopping it, a communal leader called Jews who met with a ruling party politician his “court Jews.”
In addition to three active Chabad yeshivas in Moscow, this week an additional new yeshiva opened its doors in the Chassidic village of Malachovka in Moscow’s suburbs. The sounds of Torah proudly resounds in Russia’s capital.
Homes, cars and streets throughout Houston are under water as torrential rains from Hurricane Harvey—now downgraded from a Category 4 hurricane to a tropical storm—continue to drench the city and cause catastrophic flooding throughout the region. At least five people have died as a result.
A man and his wife perished in a late night blaze in Boro Park last night, and their 17 year old daughter suffered minor injuries in a fast moving fire that tore through their house in the middle of the night.