Continuing the 38 year annual tradition for Rabbi Borenstein’s eighth grade class, the bochurim got together in the backyard of Rabbi Borenstein’s Balfour Place home for a Siyum and barbecue.
Daily Archives: June 18, 2020
A pair of flyers making their rounds among NYPD officers are encouraging them to call out sick July 4th — as retribution for police reform and a perceived anti-cop climate following the outrage over high-profile police killings of unarmed black men across the country.
New York City will begin phase two of reopening on Monday, Mayor Bill de Blasio said on Thursday, citing continued improvements in coronavirus data. The mayor also announced that playgrounds will reopen on Monday across the city.
The Lamplighters Yeshiva of Crown Heights, a beacon and touchstone of Montessori schooling for educators across the world, has been forced to close its doors due to its untenable financial situation, and has done so in a ethical manner.
The Association of Jewish Camp Operators, made up of dozens of summer camps including Gan Yisroel Parksville and Camp Emunah, has filed a lawsuit against NY Governor Cuomo today, following his decision to forbid overnight summer camps from opening this season.
On the topic of shlichus which begins this parsha – we share a letter where the Rebbe addresses the question of those who ask why one should sacrifice one’s own Torah learning and advancement in yiddishkeit in order to help bring another Jew closer to Torah and mitzvos.
Rabbi Zvi Hershcovich, a Chabad Shliach in NDG, Quebec who also performs stand up comedy as Cholentface, has started a weekly comedy and Parsha video for his congregation and for Jews across the world.
For the past seventeen years, Mrs. Sarah Karmely has served as the director of Sha’arei Tovah Talmud Torah. She is also the author of Words to Hear with Your Heart and Stories to Hear with Your Heart. She was interviewed in June of 2012.
“It’s just fireworks” they said, “it’s just for fun” they said. But this Crown Heights homeowner feels otherwise after a lit firework tipped over this Sunday, exploding across the front of their home. Thankfully it left no damage.
Rabbi Leima Wilhelm, Mashpia of Yeshiva Tomchei Tmimim Morristown, explains what a ‘Hachana to Gimmel Tammuz’ means, and how it applies to every single person.
United Lubavitcher Yeshiva in Crown Heights has announced its plans to hold its summer day camp this year. The plans come as guidelines are released by New York State closing all overnight camps, and allowing day camps.
The Ateres Program, a project of Tiferes Bochurim, was recently launched to attract eager to learn students in a full yeshiva learning program.
The latest installment from Vaad Or Vechom Hahiskasrus in their new learning series for women is receiving rave reviews. Designed as a Hachana to Gimmel Tammuz, “Always Connected” examines the Rebbe’s teachings about connection––to Hashem, to our Rebbe, and to our fellow Jew––in great detail.
The L’Chaim of Yossi Rubenstein of Crown Heights and Devorah Leah Jensen of New Jersey took place in Crown Heights Tuesday night.
MyShliach’s “MBP” program just concluded a beautifully successful third season, with new incentives, inspiration, and motivation that helped over 400 Yaldei Hashluchim from around the world learning Mishnayos and Tanya Baal Peh.
It was during this turbulent time that Marco Del Monte of Rome and his fiancée, Elinor Hanoka, were faced with a tough decision: What to do about their upcoming wedding scheduled to take place in Israel on March 15? Locked down in Italy, how could they possibly pull that off? It might taken multiple plans, but the wedding did take place.