House Democrats on Thursday night passed their scaled-backed $2.2 trillion coronavirus aid package as top-level talks to deliver a bipartisan deal drag on.
Daily Archives: October 1, 2020
Rabbi Chaim Dalfin, author and historian has launched his new website, www.rabbidalfin.com, giving everyone a new opportunity to start the new year with high quality material that inspires one to grow and implement a true, healthy paradigm shift.
The subway stop on President Street and and Nostrand Ave in Crown Heights got a new name Thursday afternoon, in an ceremony that shut down streets at the intersection.
Why does Chabad not decorate the succa nor sleep in it, as is customary for so many Jews to do? The Rebbe gives some Chassidic insights into this question.
Many drivers who routinely wait to fill up their tank at a cheaper New Jersey gas tank might now have to think twice, as the state raised it’s gas tax Thursday.
With great sadness we report the passing of Crown Heights resident R’ Shmuel Zushe Heitler OBM, a man with a love of learning and Torah.
On Wednesday, September 16, 2020, The NBA reached out to Chabad of Greater Orlando to help provide them with their Rosh Hashanah needs.
Ask The Rav, a Chabad website for asking Halachic questions to a Rav, has published a list of commonly asked questions regarding Sukkos, along with the answers.
It has been the busiest Tishrei that Colel Chabad has ever seen, and now an anonymous donor has stepped up and offered to match every single donation until they reach their goal.
The most sought out sefer in Anash communities in recent weeks has been Toras Menachem Mayanei Hayeshuah, and has been shipped to 1,000 Shluchim worldwide.
The Chabad community of Moscow prepares for Sukkos by purchasing the Arba Minim, and completes the building of the Sukkah.
Rabbi Elazar Gorelik lives in Kfar Chabad where he formerly taught at the Kfar Chabad vocational school. He was interviewed in May of 2014.