Being that one of the stories in the reprinted edition of Reb Pinchos Reizes is connected to the Sukkos that he couldn’t travel to Liozna/Liadi, due to his frail health, yet he was still with the Rebbe in a most phenomenal way, I chose to post this excerpt.
Daily Archives: October 11, 2019
Two teenagers were spotted by Crown Heights Shomrim volunteers breaking into cars in the early hours of Friday morning.The police responded and arrested the two for multiple car break ins.
Firefighters evacuated 770 briefly Friday morning after smoke and the smell of burning began to filter through the basement. Firefighters quickly identified the small electrical fire, and reopened the Shul.
One hundred and fifty community members gathered to break ground and lay the cornerstone of the new Feldman Campus for Jewish Life and the Tabacinic Chabad Center at Chabad of Clearwater, Florida.
As Crown Heights is busy getting ready building Sukkas, buying Lulavim and Esrogim and cooking for a multitude of family and guests, Lubavitch Youth Organization New York is making its final preparations for our 5780 “Shake Up NY” campaign.
As Halikut begins its second year, Kehos prints a special cheilek chof hey of Sefer Likkutei Sichos to be used by the hundreds of participants. Halikut recently launched in 16 Yeshivos accross America.
Rabbi Shmuel Lesches, Maggid Shiur in Yeshiva Gedola of Melbourne, Australia, has compiled a guide to the laws of Sukkos (up to – but not including – Hoshanah Rabbah), including the laws of building a Sukkah and selecting the Daled Minim, for the benefit of the wider Lubavitch community.
Courtesy of Lubavitch Archives, we present a weekly photo of the Rebbe delivering a sicha in the Sukkah.
Dr. Mirah Wilks, a psychologist who moved to Australia from Israel as a young girl and who lived in South Africa in recent years, was stabbed to death in her home. According to reports, Wilks was ambushed and attacked by a gang of armed robbers who had waited until her husband Frank left to worship at the local synagogue, leaving her home alone.
A dispute over a parking spot in Crown Heights resulted in one person arrested and left another with injuries Thursday night. Shomrim, Hatzalah and the NYPD all responded to the incident.