A Kitah Aleph teacher at Cheder Chabad of Monsey has been named winner of a $1,000 teachers raffle. The raffle was sponsored by Parents United, a group of dedicated parents who came together to fund raise money, and donate their time to the school.
Daily Archives: January 21, 2019
Today on the 15th of Shevat, the Kollel Tiferes Zekeinim Levi Yitzchok celebrated its first siyum on masechta brochos and began learning masechta sukah. The Kollel was established in order to serve the English speaking retired individual in Crown Heights.
Last night, a few minutes after 9:30pm, a rare lunar eclipse began. The lunar eclipse, which covers the moon temporarily, left it dark. Those outside braving the cold were able to take photos of the phenomenon. The eclipse lasted for hours, only fully ending a few minutes before 3:00am.
The porch pirate phenomenon is an annoying reality of NYC right now, but its gone from a crime of opportunity to a lucrative trade. Another incident of package theft has been reported, and the video released.
With frigid temperatures and strong winds, some of Crown Heights’s landmarks are having a hard time coping. Besides for the humanity, which has nearly deserted the streets, one of the early casualties to the weather was the iconic sign over Mermelsteins Restaurant. The sign, which has proudly stood for one of the longest standing restaurants in Crown Heights, was torn by the wind, with scraps of it being blown around.
LYA hosts a Shabbos dinner every year in honor of Yud Shvat, titled One Shabbos/One World. This year, Rabbi Yossi Paltiel, founder of www.InsideChassidus.org, spent Shabbos with LYA, inspiring the community with speeches and farbrengen
Ramon International Airport opens in southern Israel, just north of Eilat. A special anti-missile ‘smart fence’ to shield airport from attacks is just one of its special features.
An emergency call involving Crown Heights Shomrim was caught on camera, when an angry man shoved an innocent passerby on Kingston Ave as another bystander filmed.