Down the block and around the corner, it’s what you can expect for the early voting lines that are snaking their socially distant way from New York City’s early voting sites.
Daily Archives: October 25, 2020
Sam Talatin sat in his room two weeks ago, browsing social media. An Iranian immigrant to Canada, the 19-year-old saw posts about the upcoming Simchat Torah holiday and learned of its significance in celebrating the Torah.
The topics in this week’s 328th episode of the highly acclaimed MyLife: Chassidus Applied series, with Rabbi Simon Jacobson, will include: Perspective on the US Elections and Latest Peace Agreements in the Middle East; The Critical Relevance of Chassidus for Our Trying Times; Chassidus Applied to Zayin Cheshvan and Lech Lecha; What Is the Secret to True Growth and Self-Actualization? Is Someone Who Wears a Mask, Follows Distancing Guidelines and Gets Vaccines Lacking in Bitachon? What to Do if My Trusted Doctor Rejects a Proven Remedy? How to Deal with Addiction to Inappropriate Online Content? Was Abraham the First Jew?
A fire in the basement of Raskins Fish on Kingston Ave brought a massive FDNY response Sunday afternoon, temperarily shutting down the Avenue.
With flags flying and horns honking, a massive parade of Jewish vehicles paraded through the streets of New York City Sunday, standing tall and showing their Trump pride.
Lubavitcher singer and composer, Chaim Nachman, proudly released his second single titled “Rak Tavo”. The new song is a song filled with life and energy that is addressed to every jew.
Afghanistan claimed Sunday it killed a top al-Qaeda propagandist on an FBI most-wanted list during an operation in the country’s east, showing the militant group’s continued presence there as U.S. forces work to withdraw from America’s longest-running war amid continued bloodshed.
With great sadness we report the untimely passing of Rabbi Zalman Notik OBM, a famed Mashpia of the Yeshiva in Rishon Letzion and inspiration to thousands. He passed away on Sunday, the 7th of Cheshvan, 5781.
Trump 2020! A contingent of cars from Crown Heights stage Sunday morning before heading off to a planned Trump 2020 car parade on Ocean Avenue.
Chasidic rebbes and heads of Litvisha yeshivas, together with rabbis from Chabad, rarely and unprecedentedly signed a letter in which they thanked and praised President Donald Trump for the many things he has done for the Jews in the United States.