An interesting scene unfolded on the side of a Staten Island Highway Sunday evening, as plainclothes officers and New York City Sheriffs made a traffic stop and fireworks bust.
Daily Archives: June 28, 2020
The topics in this week’s 315th episode of the highly acclaimed MyLife: Chassidus Applied series, with Rabbi Simon Jacobson, will include: Fighting for What You Believe In: Lessons From 12-13 Tammuz; Are Your Commitments Superimposed or Engraved in You? How Can We Know If We Have Made a Successful Connection With the Rebbe? Can You Share Your Personal Experience of Gimmel Tammuz? What’s Your Opinion on the Tearing Down of Statues? How Should We React to Fireworks in the Streets? Should I Move? Why Do So Many People Not Get It? What Can I Do to Find a Shidduch During Quarantine?
Titled Women and Pants: A Halachic Perspective, a new Hebrew booklet, by Rabbi Moshe Wiener, methodically addresses the halachic concerns involved in women wearing pants, and provides a comprehensive discussion of the related practical details.
In a speech to Bochurim before Gimmel Tammuz, Rabbi Nochum Bukiet of Yeshivas Lubavitch of Baltimore, explains that even though writing a Pan to the Rebbe isn’t easy, nevertheless there is a need to make it part of your life on a constant Basis.
Mrs. Esther Deutch A”H, who was involved in the horrific accident outside of New Square two weeks ago, has passed away due to her injuries.
The granddaughter of former Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir, Michal Diament, on Sunday morning tweeted a handwritten list her grandfather had written, in which he laid out what he called his “guiding principles.”
A unique set of pictures from the archives of Rabbi Chaim Dalfin are published for the first time on CrownHeights.info. The pictures are of the Bar Mitzva of Noach Gansburg, which took place in Brunoy 1973.
Moscows “Marina Roscha” Shul marked the day of Gimmel Tammuz with a large farbrengen, following the guidelines of the local Health Department. The farbrengen, which was broadcast across Russia, included addresses from both the Chief Rabbi of Russia, Rabbi Berel Lazar, and head of the Kehillah in Moscow, Rabbi Mordechai Weisberg.
Coronavirus symptoms can persist for months after patients have ‘recovered’ from the disease, according to a preliminary study published by the Pulmonary Institute at Shaare Zedek Medical Center Sunday morning.
Rabbi Pesach and Chana Burston launched a new initiative called for Orange County. “Chocolate Challah for the Quarantined Soul” included a large Chocolate crumb challah, chocolate spread, chocolate liquor, chocolate rugalach and a set of Shabbat candles and matches.
A local chapter of a missionary group is targeting Crown Heights residents through the mail, with what appears to be personal hand written letters addressed to community members.
After three months of virtual school and CTeen events, the socially crazed teen demographic was zoomed out. “26 Years, 26 Voices” was a CTeen Farbrengen to solve this, made by teenagers, and led by teenagers.