Nittel Nacht means you can’t learn, but you can still spend your time productively. Here we present a collection of 11 specially selected stories – each one, through another person’s eyes, describing how their lives were touched by a meeting with the Rebbe.
Daily Archives: December 24, 2018
A fire ripped through the upper floor of a house on President St Monday afternoon, leaving the floor in ruins. No one was injured in the blaze, and firefighters succeeding in suppressing the flames.
A creative fair was held at Cheder Chabads Girls School of Long Island. Displays included a Solar System Menorah, a Rube Goldberg Machine, and the Five Senses of Chanukah.
Some 300 alumni, parents and supporters of Chabad at the George Washington University gathered at the Angel Orensanz Center in Manhattan last week to celebrate 10 years of Chabad at GW and pay tribute to philanthropists who are building a new Chabad Student Center at GW.
Alternate side parking (street cleaning) and parking meter regulations are suspended on Tuesday, December 25 for a holiday.
photo by Berel Meyers
Coalition leaders voted unanimously Monday afternoon to dissolve the Knesset and go to early elections this coming spring, a Likud spokesperson said.
With great sadness and pain we inform you of the passing of Rabbi Yaakov Shlomo Goldberg OBM, a member of Anash in Crown Heights. He was 77 years old.