The Lubavitch Education Center in Miami, Florida may not yet be in session after the Yomim Tovim, but that doesn’t mean that it’s closed. Vice President Mike Pence has a visit planned to the school Thursday where he will host a “Faith in America” event.
Daily Archives: October 13, 2020
-4th Bedroom was made into a Living Room,
-Split units in every room,
-Custom made closets,
-Very sunny unit,
-2 Porches directly from unit,
-Private Storage Room,
Listed to sell
Price: $995,000. Firm
A recent requirement for parents to allow COVID-19 testing of their children in schools has many Crown Heights parents up in arms. One parent felt that the opposition was unwarranted, and put pen to paper to articulate it.
In a surprise move Tuesday afternoon, NYPD’s Chief of Patrol Fausto Pichardo, sent his resignation to the NYPD, allegedly over friction with City Hall.
Over the past 8 months, many Yeshivas have been affected in various ways but Tiferes Bachurim in Morristown has been able to ‘turn lemons into lemonade’. One highlight has been that Tiferes has kept its doors open for the entire Tishrei for all its Talmidim.
Have you ever wondered what goes on behind the scenes of the Kosher certifications on the products we consume? Wonder no more! The Kosher Symbol Saga is a lecture that was delivered at the 12th annual National Jewish Retreat by the Av Beis Din of the British Columbia Beth Din, Rabbi Avraham Feigelstock.
A years-long battle with Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg has finally ended with the ban on Holocaust denial content on the platform.
A special panel was held with members of a “Kutzah” that included the late Rabbi Mula Azimov obm. The story was told over of the group’s visit to the Rebbe fifty years ago, with Rabbi Shalom Cohen, Rabbi Benjamin Margie, Rabbi Yehoshua Margie, Rabbi Chaim Malul, and Rabbi Avraham Darmon.
An ancient limestone-made weight, dating to the Iron age – the First Temple period, was discovered in an archaeological excavation conducted by the Israel Antiquities Authority in conjunction with the Western Wall Heritage Foundation beneath Wilson’s Arch.
It may be a new election, but the city has obviously not learned their lesson from the last one, with many Crown Heights residents again fuming over the cities choice of early voting location.