Precious Souls, a new project by JEM, was rolled out for a trial run in honor of Yud Shevat, the 70th year of the Rebbe’s leadership. This unique multimedia event, presented by each Shliach in their own setting, presented an engaging experience teaching the Rebbe’s love for every Jew, and belief in the power of every individual.
Daily Archives: March 4, 2020
Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced on Tuesday that another five people, all one family, have tested positive for coronavirus. The family are Orthodox Jews.
As Nashville residents began to dig out from the rubble of the EF3 tornado that killed at least 24 people, hospitalized more than 150, and wrecked 140 structures, leaving hundreds homeless, Chabad-Lubavitch Rabbi Yitzchok and Esther Tiechtel visited with area residents, many of whom had lost everything.
The US Justice Department announced on Wednesday that a woman working as an interpreter for the US military has been charged with transferring highly classified information to a Lebanese national with ties to the Hezbollah terrorist group.
Chayenka (Laurie) Silberstein CM, MS, a health care provider in our community, penned some of her thoughts on how to stem the spread of infection in the Crown Heights Jewish community.
Phone scammers are continuing to target Crown Heights residents, using threats and gruesome images to scare their victims. Multiple recent reports of these scams have been reported, using sophisticated methods to trick their targets, as well as threats to the victims person and family.
An affordable housing lottery has opened for a total of four units in a four-story building at 1603 Lincoln Place in Crown Heights. Of the available apartments, there are three studios and a single one-bedroom apartment up for lottery.
Chai is life. Life is LIVE! The build up boils down to this. Oholei Torah needs you to be alive, to give life, to share life, to support life! Please join Oholei Torah in Educating our children by donating generously.
What Did Reb Levi Yitzchak Give for Mishloach Manos to the Rebbe? Shlomo Hamburger, author of Unlocking the Code, The Letters of Rabi Levi Yitzchak Schneerson, has provided the community with an in depth view of this special gift.
Money can’t buy you happiness, love or class, but billionaire Michael Bloomberg made a $600 million bet that it could buy him the Oval Office. He lost that bet, and has now endorsed former Vice President Joe Biden.
The Aliyah Shul on East New York Ave in Crown Heights has seen extensive renovations this year. One of the upgrades happens to be the front doorway, which for the second time, is sponsored in memory of Schabse Noach, by Crown Heights businessman Shaya Gordon and his wife Chanie.
The son of a lawyer who was the first confirmed case of Coronavirus in New York City has also been diagnosed with Coronavirus. The son is a student at Yeshiva University Wilf Campus. The confirmation of the spread of the virus prompted the University administration to cancel all classes at the Wilf campus today.
Participants from nearly 500 cities worldwide spent their time in New York this past weekend reconnecting with friends and making new ones, attending workshops and taking in some of the famous city’s sights at CTeens Annual Shabbaton.