A class of young students enjoyed a special treat ahead of Tu B’shva, they visited Mr. Greens – a local produce store – and got a visual lesson on the different new fruit from the stores owner Shloime Klein.
Daily Archives: January 16, 2019
In honor of Yud/Yud-Aleph Shvat 5779, the Geshem Shul – Anshei Lubavitch, will be hosting a farbrengen. Rabbi Leibel Groner, Shlit”a lead the farbrengen tht will be broadcast live here on crownheights.info..
Rabbi Shmuly Avtzon, son of Rabbi Yonah Avtzon, penned a letter as he got up from sitting shiva for his father. Rabbi Shmuly Avtzon was chosen to continue his fathers work by heading Sichos in English, his father’s legacy.
Tzivos Hashem hosted a rally for children in 770 for Yud Shvat. At the rally, specially prepared videos entertained the children. Tzivos Hashem has released the videos for all to see.
An assault early Wednesday morning adds to the list of unprovoked attacks in Crown Heights. The victim was lightly injured.
Snowing is not uncommon throughout most of the world, but in Yerushalayim it is! Watch as the Kotel in Yerushalayim goes white with a blanked of snow.
Shortly after this clip aired on Yud Shevat 5740 (1980), Rabbi Yehuda Krinsky, assisted by his son Rabbi Hillel Dovid, screened this clip for the Rebbe. Shortly thereafter, the young man had the idea to bring the Rebbe to wider audiences by televising full Farbrengens via satellite, and JEM was born.
JLI Timely Moments released a video telling the story of a meeting with the Rebbe, that changed a Cambridge student’s life.
A young man from Crown Heights was transferring trains when two men tried to mug him, but were scared off. He penned a letter so others should be aware, and say thank you to those who helped.
Israeli security forces operating in Samaria on Tuesday discovered a weapons factory in the Palestinian Authority-controlled city of Shechem (Nablus).
The American State Department has confirmed the identity of the US citizen killed in the terror attack in Nairobi, Kenya on Tuesday.