While the city of Portland faces ongoing riots and unrest, the Chabad House run by Rabbi Motti and Mimi Wilhelm saw a fire not once, but twice. No injuries were reported, and the cause of the fire is under investigation.
Daily Archives: August 19, 2020
The board of Bais Rivkah announced that veteran staff member Rabbi Benjy Stock has reached a mutual and amicable agreement with the schools Board of Directors, and will be saying goodbye to the school.
A Jewish mother flying from Orlando to Newark airport with her six children found herself the center of attention Wednesday, after the flight attendants took issue with the two year old child without a mask, and removed everyone from the plane.
Dozens of protesters, including suspected members of the anti-fascist group Antifa, rampaged through Williamsburg over the weekend, trashing several national chain stores and spraying anti-police graffiti,.
After months without justice being served, Brooklyn’s District Attorney announced resumption of Grand Juries and the creation of Gun Violence Suppression Bureau.
Today, the 29th of Av, is the Yartzeit of Chatzkel Lewintow. Chatzkel was a well known figure from the early years of Crown Heights, until his passing eight years ago. This video of Chatzkel speaking about his family in Russia was first released on his first yartzait. We are reposting it today to remember this special chossid.
The Gedalia Society in conjunction with Dr. Rosen have published guidelines for those who plan to come to Crown Heights for the month of Tishrei.
A word to the wise, thieves will steal anything not bolted down, and some stuff that is. This thief didn’t seem to care that he had triggered this Hawthorne Street homes motion sensor, or that his face would be plastered across the internet showing as he stole the bike just after midnight last night.
The Food and Drug Administration’s emergency authorization for blood plasma as a treatment for the coronavirus has been put on hold to allow for more data to be reviewed.
Celebrating 45 years of responding to the Rebbe’s call for action in Mivtza Taharas HaMishpacha, Mikvah.org presents a retrospective of some of the earliest activities beginning in 5735 – 1975.
The winner of the Keren Meir Summer Raffle will be drawn in just a few hours. Buy your tickets now for a chance to win $10,000 cash!
Boruch Bordoff lives in Los Angeles. His daughter Sarah got engaged a few months ago to Shlomie Cohen from England. So why did they make the wedding in Cincinnati OH?
Week 6 at CGI YKK was packed with exciting activities, trips, special night activity events. memorable this week was the paintball and white water rafting trips.