The Feldman Family is sitting Shiva following the passing of Mrs. Chana Etka Feldman OBM. Times and location in extended article.
Daily Archives: November 15, 2020
Thousands of Shluchim and guests sat down Sunday afternoon for a virtual banquet marking the culmination of this year’s Kinus Hashluchim Haolami 5781. We present a gallery of photos from the live event.
The “fog” of the COVID-19 numbers are forever a matter of contention. How many tests were done versus the number of positive cases? What are the areas positive “rates”?
With joyous dancing and celebration, a new Sefer Torah was welcomed to the Crown Heights Sunday afternoon, and paraded through the streets of the community.
The topics in this week’s 331st episode of the highly acclaimed MyLife: Chassidus Applied series, with Rabbi Simon Jacobson, will include: Should We All Make Aliyah to Israel Now? Chassidus Applied to Rosh Chodesh Kislev and Toldos; How Can We Achieve Renewal After Setbacks? How Do You Explain Yitzchak and Rivkah Giving Birth to Esau? Does Covid Represent a Plague-Like Atmosphere Similar to the One in the Days of Pharaoh? Does Torah Lean Toward Socialism or Capitalism?
Crown Heights car break-in spree continues with the most recent victim having parked overnight on East New York Ave.
Join Live at 1:00pm: The Gala Banquet of the Kinus Hashluchim 5781 will be broadcast live here on CrownHeights.info, as thousands of Shluchim join virtually from across the globe.
As is the yearly custom, a Kislev guide in Russian was published to help the hundreds of thousands of Jews across Russia celebrate the month in a proper Jewish fashion.
Fusing fabulous fashion and fun, Spencer & James is a magical childrens’ boutique where little girls’ dress up dreams come true ~ it is the place where impeccable style and premium quality blend seamlessly with outstanding and personalized service.
In just a few short weeks, the Brazilian city of Niterói is welcoming its very own shluchim Rabbi Shlomo and Shterna Sarah Ossowiecki. Their Jewish community consists of hundreds of families who, until now, have relied on traveling Rabbis for all of their Jewish needs and services.
It is arguably by far the longest farbrengen ever held virtually, spanning the entire globe and lasting for eighteen hours.
The resilience of Jewish life amid the devastation wrought by the global coronavirus pandemic will be the major theme of this year’s Grand Event, which is the virtual stand-in for the Gala Banquet that annually caps the International Conference of Chabad-Lubavitch Emissaries.