An evening marking the Fifth yartzeit of Mrs. Gitta Gansburg will take place this Wednesday, Vov Kislev/December 4. The event, beginning at 8 p.m. will be held at Mrs. Gansburg’s home for 38 years, the dormitory at 1367 President Street.
Daily Archives: December 3, 2019
A Beis Rivkah school bus filled with children being shuttled home to their families was attacked with stones Tuesday in Crown Heights. The attack shattering a window and traumatized the children.
“Hey Rabbi, getting ready for takeoff at Newark. Found four other Jewish guys on board. Think we can get a minyan?” At 4:00 A.M. last Monday, Moshe Rosenblatt pressed send on the text, turned his phone off and settled in for the three-hour flight to Omaha, Nebraska.
The Bolla Market store attached to the newly renovated Mobile gas station in Crown Heights is stocking kosher goodies, and plans on expanding its kosher offerings.
California Senator Kamala Harris has suspended her campaign for the 2020 presidential race, becoming the biggest name to drop out of the race so far. Harris was considered a front-runner for the Democratic nomination when she entered the race in January 2019. She has dropped significantly in the polls in recent months,
It’s always fun to play “Can You Recognize This Location? with old photos. On that note, can you guess which Crown Heights landmark this is? Look in the extended article for the answer.
The National Assembly of France on Tuesday evening approved a historic resolution stating that anti-Zionism is like a new and modern form of anti-Semitic hatred of the Jewish people.
The National Library of Israel in Jerusalem, home to the world’s largest collection of textual Judaica, is going digital. The NLI and Google have announced that 120,000 books will soon go online for the first time as part of an historic collaboration.