Shabbos at the Besht: “Learning to COACH Others to Turn Tragedy Into Triumph.”

This Shabbos at the Besht: Rabbi Daniel Schonbuch, LMFT is a licensed therapist based in Brooklyn and Monsey. For years he has improved the lives of families, couples and individuals in New York and around the world. This shabbos he will be giving a lecture titled “Learning to COACH others to turn tragedy into triumph.
In the memory of the Kedoshim in Jersey City.”

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Brooklyn Jewish Day School is looking for Male and Female Judaics Teachers for the 2021-22 school year.

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Picture of the Day

Watching our children play outdoors with their friends is a beautiful sight. Watching our children play with strangers might make us nervous. Here we have the prefect middle ground, as boys from Mesivta Oholei Torah held an impromptu game of catch with a New York City police officer.

Video of the Day

As the Jewish world stood in shock following the attack on a Jersey City Kosher Supermarket, Rabbi Gershon Avzton of Yeshivas Lubavitch Cincinnati took the podium of the Ohio House of Representatives to give an invocation.

Here’s My Story: Band of Brothers

Mr. Avi Piamenta is a virtuoso flutist and singer who performs around the world. He lives in Israel, where he was interviewed in December of 2018. The full text of the Rebbe’s letter can be found in Likkutei Sichot volume 38 page 179.

Picture of the Day

A massive crowd came out in Williamsburg to pay their respects as the niftar, Moshe Hersh Deutch HY”D, was laid to rest. Shomrim organizations from multiple communities worked jointly to ensure a smooth and safe Levaya.

BDE: Velvel Kutzy, OBM

With great sadness we report the passing of Velvel Kutzy OBM, a father in the Crown Heights Jewish community. He passed away Tuesday night, the 13th of Kislev 5780. Updated with Kevura information.