A thief whose “MO” is to break the rear window of a vehicle to pick through what is in the trunk may have struck again last night, targeting at least two vehicles on Carroll Street.
Daily Archives: September 24, 2020
The eleventh installment in the Likkut Maanos Kodesh series has been released. The Likkut covers the year 5742, and which includes 261 Maanos or answers from the Rebbe. Many of the maanos are printed here for the first time.
As we prepare for Yom Kippur and are fulfilling the custom of kapporos, in light of the protests by “animal-rights” advocates these past years, we present a letter in which the Rebbe explains the function of shechitah and its Chasidic dimension.
Rabbi Avraham Lider, a tireless activist who dedicated his life to helping others with medical emergencies and other needs, passed away suddenly on Sept. 18, the first night of Rosh Hashanah, 5781, from a heart attack. He was 61 years old.
In honor of the Yartzeit of the Rebbe’s mother Rebbetzin Chana, Vaad Hatmimim will be holding a live Farbrengen taking place tonight from around the world. The Farbrengen will be streaming live at 9:30 this evening by Chabad.org.
With the recent concerning spike in the number of COVID-19 cases found in the Jewish communities of New York City, Central Hatzalah has published an advisory to the Jewish community.
The Mayor of Paris, Ms. Anne Hidalgo, sent an official letter of congratulations on the new year to the Jewish community through the head Shliach of Paris, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Azimav.
It has become an annual tradition of artist Yitzchak Moully to create a new Shofar painting Erev Rosh Hashanah after mid day. This year, while mentally prepared to paint this important piece, he wasn’t able to get to it before Rosh Hashanah due to other obligations. So yesterday, he completed “Shofar 5781,” a 4ft x 6ft acrylic painting on canvas.
A pamphlet with mishnayis, a sicha and related materials has been published for the chabad community for Vov Tishrei, the Yartzeit of the Rebbe’s mother, Rebbetzin Chana. The pamphlet includes both a Hebrew and English section, making it accessible to all.
A Crown Heights resident was surprised to find an innocent looking letter addressed to him arrive in the mail, but it was anything but innocent.
Just one day after a Health Department memo noted a series of COVID-19 clusters growing in New York City, the Department came down hard, visiting the hard hit areas and closed another Jewish school.
Just minutes after a grand jury allowed two out of three police officers to walk without charges in connection with a fatal police shooting in Louisville, Kentucky, riots began, and two officers were shot.
Dr. Stuart Ditchek is a pediatrician practicing in Brooklyn, New York. He was interviewed in July of 2013.
NCFJE has announced further important changes to this year’s Kaporos services in order to accommodate the need for social distancing amidst an uptick of Coronavirus cases in New York City.
Chabad Oberlin’s new center is also the city’s first ever synagogue and independent Jewish community structure. Opening its doors just in time for the start of the new academic year, the reconstructed 19th century home took five years and many hiccups to build.