Nostolgic Productions provided a window to the past with a never before seen nostalgic moment with a Shabbos Medley from Avraham Fried.
Daily Archives: June 19, 2020
As this Wednesday night/Thursday day is Gimmel Tammuz, I figured I will post a story of the Rebbe, that will inspire us, and we will come to the realization, that a faithful shepherd, does not forsake his flock. After all, by every farbrengen beginning this Shabbos, stories of the Rebbe will be said and listened to. Indeed I began working on finding out the details of just such a story, which would have been called “A Dollar for the Taxi-driver.”
Rabbi Shalom Ber Schapiro, director of Nissan Mindel Publications, gave an interview on the newest volume in the Letter and the Spirit series, of which this is the 5th book, and is going into print.
The deadline to sign up for the Save-A-Life blood drive taking place on Tuesday is Friday at 5:00pm. There are still 74 available slots for donors.
A man was fighting for his life Thursday night after being struck by a car while running across Eastern Parkway. A crime scene was established due to the seriousness of the incident, but no criminality was suspected.
With 200 Hanachos from the 13 participating Mesivtas, This weeks Maniach Rabbi Dovid Feldman has chosen the top two Hanachos written by Yosef Vaisfiche from Mesivta Ateres Menachem Montreal written in Yiddish and Avraham Zushe Goldberg from Oholei Torah Mesivta written in English.
Courtesy of Lubavitch Archives, we present a weekly photo of the Rebbe as he encourages the singing at a children’s rally.
On Friday, when NYS announced that summer camps would not be permitted, this brought devastation to many campers. Camp Emunah decided that it was a must to make the summer a reality, and relocated to the Poconos.