A special kiddush has been planned in memory of Dovid Yona Dubinsky OBM, who passed away 13 years ago. The community has been invited to join make a L’chaim l’iluy nishmoso, share a memory, and be inspired by others’ memories of our dear friend Dovid.
Daily Archives: September 18, 2019
New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo tasked the State Police Hate Crimes Task Force to help the NYPD investigate the assault and robbery of the young “Hasidic” man in Williamsburg.
A father of a Bais Rivkah student wrote the following open letter to the community, highlighting the real reason that the girls school is running smoothly, and asks you to join in showing your support.
Police say an investigation is underway after a 60-year-old man was found dead on a stoop outside of a Crown Heights apartment building around 5:00am Tuesday morning.
CrownHeights.info: We present a new series titled “A Weekly Medical Minute.” In this series, we will publish useful tips and information from Medical Professionals on Health, Wellness, and Medical issues.
It is known as the birthplace of the Hippie Movement (and counts some well-known Jewish hippies in its history), and on Sunday, the Haight Ashbury district of San Francisco celebrated the opening of its first permanent Chabad center. Chabad of Cole Valley is a $2.2 million project in its first phase, with more to come.
The number of Chabad hasidim who voted for the Ashkenazic-haredi UTJ party grew significantly since April’s elections. “This is an important achievement for UTJ, which for the first time since 1988 received the majority of the Chabad votes, including those in Kfar Chabad,” UTJ said.
In honor of Chai Elul, birthday of the founders of Chassidus and Chassidus Chabad, 8th grade Talmidim of United Lubavitcher Yeshiva performed a short play titled “The Diamond of Life” in Yeshiva. The live show was performed several times throughout the day for all the Talmidim from Pre-1A through 8th grade.
A Story of Hashgacha Pratis brought together Rabbi Eli Ostrozynski and his long lost brother. Not knowing that they were brothers, the two ended up at a shabbos table, before the startling truth came out.
Watch as Moshe’le Holtzberg puts on tefillin for the first time with a Navy Seal from the US Military as Yanky Green and Lipa Schmeltzer sing Ani Maamin at the pre-Bar Mitzvah celebration for Moshe Holtzberg.
Moshe’le Holtzberg, the son of Gabi and Rivky Holtzberg H”YD who were murdered by terrorists while on Shlichus in Mumbai India, celebrated his Hanachos Tefillin in Stony Point, New York this week.
The Shluchim to the Caribbean posed for a group photo at the Caribbean Regional Kinus Hashluchim that took place on the Island of S. Maarten this week.
Rabbi Abraham Gopin, a Crown Heights resident, was brutally assaulted in a Crown heights park on August 27th by a man with a brick. The man, who was arrested on September 12th, is already out on bail.
At the Annual Southern Regional Kinus that took place Sunday, A Broward Sheriff got wrapped up by one of the visiting Shluchim. The CSO Security organization, which secures Chabad Houses and events throughout Florida, helped facilitate a security briefing from Broward Sheriff Gregory Tony for the annual Florida Kinus HaShluchim.
President Trump announced Wednesday that he had ordered a “substantial increase” in sanctions on Iran. The move comes after Saturday’s drone strikes on oil facilities in Saudi Arabia, which the country said had disrupted about half of the kingdom’s oil capacity, or 5% of the daily global oil supply.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and his main challenger, Blue and White chief Benny Gantz, remain deadlocked Wednesday after Tuesday’s Knesset election, raising the possibility of a unity government or even the possibility of a third general election.