Tesla, the sleek new vehicle on the road, gathers lots of attention as it glides silently down the street, with lots of pictures taken, and envious eyes following it around. Some people though, take envy a little too far, and in the case of a car thief Tuesday night, make the mistake of trying to steal one in Crown Heights.
Daily Archives: September 9, 2020
Fit, style, silk or wool the “Sartoria” Sacho Kapota store in Crown Heights will be hosting a Tishrei sale on Kapotas in store and on line.
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Governor Cuomo announced Wednesday that a deal was struck that would allow indoor dining to continue in New York City starting September 30th, with restrictions.
Just days after leaving quarantine in Connecticut, the new group of Kvutza bochurim from Israel who have come in to learn in 770, are heading back into quarantine for two more weeks.
The beginning of the school year is a hectic time, especially for Mechanchim. Nevertheless, over 100 teachers and principals took time from their school work to attend an educational and inspirational Chai Elul farbrengen.
When Rabbi Moshe Levin of Los Angeles received a call one day in August from his friends, Yosef and Alona Cohen, he was quite taken aback, to say the least. Four Million Masks later, it all makes sense.
Britain’s government is banning gatherings of more than six people in England, as officials try to keep a lid on daily new coronavirus infections after a sharp spike across the UK that has been largely blamed on party-going young adults disregarding social distancing rules.
Geoffrey Davis lived in Crown Heights in his youth and has a story of the Rebbe to tell that touched him until this very day. So inspired, he wrote a comic book about the incident, which ultimately became an animated video on YouTube with over one Million hits. Davis made a stop on to visit Rabbi Naftali Sirota who drives the Crown Heights’s Jewish Library Bus, and donated a copy of his book to the library.
A fifteen year old boy has been charged with attempted murder in the J’Ouvert shooting in Crown Heights that injured five, including the alleged shooters mother and a six year old boy.
A magnitude-3.1 earthquake was reported at approximately 2:00am Wednesday morning, shaking the state in the rare event.
President Donald Trump was nominated for the 2021 Nobel Peace Prize on Wednesday, following his historic Israel-UAE peace efforts.
Anshei Lubavitch Shul in Crown Heights is hosting a week long shoe sale this week, with each pair only for $20. Updated Times!
After a long pandemic-induced delay, Rabbi Simon Jacobson announced the winners of this year’s 6th annual MyLife: Chassidus Applied Essay and Creative Contest during this week’s MyLife: Chassidus Applied broadcast in honor of Chai Elul.