Nechama, now Schusterman, and her husband Rabbi Ezzy are expanding their popular program Friendship Circle to include an underserved population: adults with special needs. Most educational and social opportunities generally fizzle out at the legal age of adulthood, leaving many high and dry.
Daily Archives: July 11, 2019
In keeping with the concept of chukas – the mitzvos which have no discernible reason, and the acceptance of all mitzvos on the same basis – we present a letter in which the Rebbe answers to one questioning the acceptance of mitzvos on faith – doing things which the rational mind finds difficult and which limit one’s independent thinking.
Ashreinu has acquired new audio of a decade’s worth of recordings of the Rebbe, and launched a restoration project. The first batch of six restored farbrengens has been released.
This past Friday, the second of Tamuz, our dear brother and friend, Rabbi Tzemach Cunin A”H returned his holy soul to Hashem, when he was suddenly and unexpectedly taken from us, at the young age of 43. A fund has been launched by friends and congregants to raise $1,000,000 for his family. The goal is to raise the entire amount before shiva concludes.
The Chicago Boyz Acrobatic Team brought their talents to camp for a grand in house entertainment. The campers enjoyed watching their display of acrobatics, and jump rope skills. The campers all held their breaths every jump, flip, and move.
Twenty years after gaving away his first bicycle, Bill McGraw estimates that as many as 2,000 bicycles have passed through his garage, and have found new homes.
Watch as the first week of Camp Gan Yisroel Parksville blows by as the campers get settled in, meet their counselors, and learn just how exciting this summer will be.
As of today, the city school zone speed cameras are operating Monday through Friday from 6:00am through 10:00pm. Driving 10 mph over the posted speed limit gets you a $50 ticket by mail.
Two people have been arrested in London following an Anti-Semitic robbery. One woman shouted “Heil Hitler,” and threatened to kill them, while an accomplice stole their phone.
Mr. Tuviah Friedman, a life-long Nazi hunter who founded the Institute for the Documentation of Nazi War Crimes, aided in the capture of hundreds of Nazis, including Adolf Eichmann. He was interviewed in his home in Haifa in March of 2010. This story has previously been published in the book My Story.
A bill to ensure the right of Californians to hang mezuzahs on their door frames is moving through the state legislature, and looks primed to pass in the coming months, The Jewish News of Northern California reported.
A perfectly timed photo from space created a special image in a special place. With the sun at a perfect angle, the two Matzeivos inside the Ohel in Queens create two blurry, but unmistakable faces, ones that look uncannily like the Rebbe.
The Levaya of R’ Ezra Nagar, OBM took place Wednesday, passing by 770 on its way to Eretz Yisroel for burial. A large crowd of community members came out to honor him.