Newly elected Knesset Member, Ariel Kallner, visited the Chabad Headquarters at 770 Eastern Parkway in Crown Heights on Monday. Kallner was welcomed by Rabbi Mendy Kotlarsky of Merkos Suite 302, and activist Yossi Kahana the organizer of the visit.
Daily Archives: July 22, 2019
This past Shabbos an exciting Mivtzah was launched in Yeshivas Kayitz Tzeirei Hashluchim – Tzfas. The Mivtzah, which is being called “Maamar for Shmuel” is in loving memory of Hatamim Shmuel Karnovsky obm, who attended this summer program last year.
Operation Survival: Watch as Operation Survival discusses whether arguing in front of a child is harmful with Rabbi Shea Hecht for the prevention101 series.
Dr. Pinny Herman spent time with Mesivta boys and parents speaking on the topic of Marijuana as part of Neshamos.org. Neshamos.org operates a wellness helpline with a team of trained staff standing by to assist, refer and advocate in all matter’s addiction, parenting and mental/emotional health.
A few years ago, Avraham Fried introduced the world to a famous saying from the Kotzker Rebbe ZT”L through a song. Now with the three weeks upon us, Avraham wanted to take this opportunity and make this amazing message more universal by making the track Acapella.
A six-month-old baby boy died Monday afternoon, after he was forgotten in a car in the city of Modiin Illit in central Israel. The infant had apparently been forgotten in the car and discovered by family members sometime later.
Con Edison cut power to over 30,000 people in Brooklyn Sunday evening, after a series of outages threatened to become a massive power failure. To stave off disaster, Con Ed cut power to large swaths of South Brooklyn, including Mill Basin, Flatlands, Flatbush and Canarsie.