Alternate Side Parking (street cleaning) regulations will be suspended Friday, November 16 for snow operations. All other regulations, including parking meters, remain in effect.
Daily Archives: November 15, 2018
Heavy with snow, a large tree fell during the storm Thursday night, landing on two parked cars and leaving significant damage. Miraculously, no one was walking under the tree when it fell.
This Shabbos at the Besht, Rabbi Moishe Feiglin, was raised in Melbourne, Australia. After receiving both Rabbinic Ordination and a BTL, he spent a year in Yael University. There he practiced outreach work and became a certified life coach. He will lead a discussion titled, The Secret To Resilient Children: A look into the life of Yaakov Avinu.
Early Years, published by Kehot, investigates the details, and tells the amazing story of the lead up to the marriage, the wedding itself, and the celebrations that followed. These events alone span over 150 pages in the book, including published accounts, personal diaries, as well as manuscripts and photos.
As we prepare for the upcoming celebration of the Rebbe’s 90th Wedding Anniversary, it’s interesting to think about if there was a singer at the Rebbe’s wedding. And if there was a singer, who was he?
Success is a very important thing. To be financially successful, and to have a successful relationship are vital parts of life. So what is the secret of success? The answer can be learned from a stone.
Even as the Woolsey Fire – the largest wildfire on record for Los Angeles County, which has thus-far burned through 97,620 acres, destroyed at least 483 structures and damaged 86 others with thousands more still threatened – hovers at 50 percent containment, the fallout of the massive blaze continues to impact the lives of thousands throughout the affected areas.
Since 1972, Rabbi Shimon Lazaroff has lived in Houston, Texas, where he serves as the regional director of Chabad of Texas. He was interviewed in December, 2008.