A team of educators and parents have put together a hands-on Judaic curriculum geared for 3-5-year-olds, including lesson plans and activities in Aleph Bais, Yahadus and Parsha.
Daily Archives: April 23, 2020
During the days of s’fira and especially under the painful and unusual circumstances we are now in – mourning so many of our dear family and friends – we share a letter of condolence of the Rebbe. May these words of comfort help us focus on the good and give us strength during these trying times.
Dr. Aharon Danziger, an orthopedist, serves as a senior physician at the Hadassah Medical Center in Jerusalem. He has participated in various sports competitions at four Paralympic Games, winning four gold medals, and is one of the founders of Amutat Etgarim. He was interviewed by JEM’s My Encounter Project in March of 2020.
Making its way through Jewish communities in Brooklyn, the Birkas Hailanos truck drove the streets of Crown Heights on Thursday. Hundreds of families came to their porches, doors, and windows to say a Bracha over the trees and enjoy the moment.
As part of a new initiative to combat bias attacks and anti-semitism in New York City, the NYPD has installed a surveillance camera on the corner of Lincoln Pl and Kingston Ave in Crown Heights.
From shuls and schools to programs for the young and old, Chabad of Totonto has seen a growing gains and growing pains. Today, the growth can be seen clearly by all.
Assemblyman Simcha Eichenstein encourages the Jewish community to participate in the 2020 census. Under-representation in the U.S. Census leads to billions of dollars in potential aid not coming to the Jewish community.
If you found yourself driving much less due to the COVID-19 shutdown, you might be eligible to have your car insurance reduced. Some Brooklyn residents took the initiative to call their insurance companies and successfully reduced their monthly insurance premiums.
NYC has announced that it will provide three free Kosher meals for any New Yorker who may need. True to their word, theses signs have been put up outside 900 St. Marks Ave, one of two Crown Heights locations.
Driving Through Crown Heights Now: With just two days left to make Birkas Hailanos, a truck with multiple fruit trees will be coming to the streets of Crown Heights on Thursday, giving each person a chance to make the Bracha while adhering to social distancing guidelines. Updated with tracking link.
The NYPD has launched an investigation after a 46 year-old man was found fatally stabbed in front of a Crown Heights home Tuesday night. He was transported by EMS to Kings County Hospital where he was pronounced dead.
Chabad emissary in Kathmandu Hani Lifshitz notified Culture Minister Miri Regev (Likud) that she will be unable to light a torch at the annual ceremony this year, despite being chosen to do so.