RebbeDrive presents new footage of the Kinus Hashluchim in 5751 in which Reb Moshe Yitzchok Hecht – Shliach in New Haven, CT, for over 50 years, gave the Dvar Torah.
Daily Archives: February 4, 2019
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In a letter discovered several years ago and published in the most recent volume of his Igros Kodesh, the Frierdiker Rebbe responds to a student who asked the Rebbe to tell him — clearly and unambiguously – what the Rebbe asks and demands of him.
Chani Apfelbaum, acclaimed food blogger and social influencer known as Busy in Brooklyn, demonstrates her Chicken Marsala Pot Pie recipe in the Kettle & Cord kitchen.
Alternate side parking (street cleaning) regulations are suspended on Tuesday, February 5th, 2019 for Lunar New Year. All other regulations, including parking meters, remain in effect.
As a meaningful way of commemorating the 3rd yahrtzeit of Rabbi Joshua Gordon OBM, a campaign was launched through Chabad of the Valley to encourage people to participate in the daily study of Chitas and Rambam by giving them easy access to Rabbi Gordon’s online Daily Torah Classes.
It’s been a little more than two years since Rabbi Shneur and Mushkie Hecht founded a Chabad center in Puerto Vallarta on Mexico’s Pacific coast. Last Tuesday, their community observed a significant milestone: the first Jewish funeral in the city’s history.
Anshei Lubavitch Tzivos Hashem of Florida, directed by the Rabbi Dovid Shapiro and Rabbi Yitzchok Teitelbaum, had their 14th consecutive Family Adventure Day with Uncle Moishy at Jungle Island, one of the largest Amusement Parks In South Florida.