Huge quantity of assembled produce boxes and essential food items, such as Orange Juice, Gefilte Fish, Wraps and Challah Rolls, available outside F.R.E.E. 1383 President Street.
Daily Archives: August 5, 2020
After a short hiatus, the relative calm of Crown Heights was again broken with a shooting Wednesday afternoon. No victims were located on scene.
Lubavitch kolel of London is coming out with a new campaign, encouraging Anash to partake in the new daily Gemara program following the calling of the Frierdiker Rebbe to Chasidim in the year 5483 to study a Perek of Tanya and an Amud Gemara daily.
Eli Rozenberg, the son of millionaire U.S. businessman Kenny Rozenberg, is one step closer to acquiring a large stake in Israels iconic El Al Airlines as government approves $75 Million bid.
Join Rabbi Friedman and Sara Blau for the official virtual launch of the new children’s book “Who Needs You.”
Commemorating the 76th yahrzeit of Reb Levi Yitzchok, the Rebbe’s father, Merkos 302 has organized a day of learning, lectures and farbrengens celebrating his life, teachings and legacy.
Rabbi Motti Feldman, together with his son Rabbi Menachem, are Shluchim who lead the community of Dover Heights Shule in Sydney, Australia. Singing together for many years, they have released a rendition of the famed cantorial piece “Shehechiyanu”.
The fury of Tropical Storm Isaias had not been seen in New York City since Hurricane Sandy made landfall in 2012. Trees ripped up, cars crushed under massive tree limbs, but thankfully no injuries reported in Crown Heights
Virgin Atlantic, the airline founded by British businessman Richard Branson, filed Tuesday for protection in U.S. bankruptcy court as it tries to survive the virus pandemic that is hammering the airline industry.
Have you heard of little Nissi Estrin? You are probably one of the thousands of people who said Tehillim for him a few years ago. He’s now an incredibly happy 4 and a half year old boy with an infectious smile. His love for life and energetic personality belies the fact that due to complex cardiac disease and GI defects, he wasn’t expected to live at all.
When Rabbis Elkanah Shmotkin and Boruch Oberlander began research on the Rebbe’s upbringing in Nikolayev, Ukraine, for Jewish Educational Media’s Early Years, they could not have imagined the political and cultural impact their work would have on the local populace. Now, nearly fifteen years after the initial contact with the Ukrainian government, a new book has been published by the State Archives of the Nikolayev Region.