Despite the Coronavirus, thousands are still expected to visit the Ohel Chabad Lubavitch this year over Gimmel Tammuz. The Ohel has been feverishly preparing for weeks, and the finishing touches are being placed.
Daily Archives: June 23, 2020
A brand-new musical collaboration between Avraham Fried, Eli Marcus, and Yossi Green has just been released to the public. The song, Ub’ais Hahi, commemorates the moving display of Jewish unity around the Miracle Sefer Torah in the darkest days of the virus just over two months ago.
The Jewish Online School, sister school to the Shluchim Online School, hosted a special online event celebrating Jewish Women on the final day of online classes.
With the decrease of options for children’s summer recreation, a new camp in the Pocono Mountains is opening up to fill the need for our daughters to have an overnight camp experience this summer.
When schools closed before Pesach, yeshivos asked that parents get electronic devices so that their children wold be able to continue the school year online, now they are asking that parents remove these devices from their homes, and the schools will be happy to help.
Watch Lubavitch Chazzon and rising star Aryeh Leib Hurwitz as he sings “Mekimi” with Ofir Sobol and full orchestra.
The Kaminker family is sitting Shiva following the passing of their son, Shua Kaminker OBM. Information in extended article.
The “Learning for Raizel” initiatve will continue tonight at 8:00pm with a Zoom Shiur by Rabbi Yaakov Glasman. The Shiur is open to Men and Women.
Close to 50 boys from grades four to seven are lucky enough to be joining the wide range of activities, from ziplining and daily clubs to challah baking and late night ice cream parties at the CKids Gan Yisroel overnight camp in Florida.
Crown Heights Shomrim Coordinator Gadi Hershkop has lived and breathed Chessed for the Crown Heights Jewish Community for 29 years. But his heart goes beyond just his community, and he was caught on camera giving a member of Crown Heights’s 71st NYPD Precinct a boost for his police vehicle.
Author and Historian, Rabbi Chaim Dalfin, shares three stories with three life lessons for Gimmel Tammuz which is taking place this week.
Bais Rivkah elementary school has announced the appointment of a new principal to its leadership for the upcoming academic year. Morah Shterna S. Avtzon, a third grade Morah for many years, will work alongside Mrs. D. Brawer, working closely with the teachers, students and parents as well as overseeing the schools curriculum.
We honked, and something must have gotten through. New York City’s mayor, Bill DeBlasio announced the creation of a new unit to fight the surge in illegal fireworks that have plagued the city for two weeks.
The Barcheinu Anivu live Gimmel Tammuz Broadcast will place special focus on the last maamar the Rebbe distributed, “V’atah Tetzaveh” that was said on Shabbos Parshas Tetzaveh 5741.
Mayor Bill DeBlasio has announced that alternate side parking has been reduced to only once a week, a change that has been advocated for for many years.
Two suspected terror attacks near Jerusalem left one person dead Tuesday. Earlier, one person was killed and three more wounded in a shooting, and a second attack took place in the area of Ma’aleh Adumim.
Fed up Jewish Brooklynites decided to go on the offensive Monday night, giving New York City Mayor Bill DeBlasio a taste of his own medicine.