A pamphlet with mishnayis, a sicha and related materials has been published for the chabad community for Tes Kislev, the Yartzeit of the Mitteler Rebbe. The pamphlet includes both a Hebrew and English section, making it accessible to all.
Daily Archives: November 24, 2020
A Jewish woman hearing noises in her home in Crown Heights Tuesday afternoon, found a burglar wandering through her home and fearlessly chased him out.
In the age of Zelle, Quickpay, Cashapp, and BitCoin, cash still rules the roost in New York City. A new law has come into affect requiring establishments to accept cash comes into effect with a $1,000 fine for anyone who will not accept.
“Nissuei Hanosi” is the name of a newly released Card game. Through it children and youth will be able to gather information in an experiential way about the Rebbe’s wedding.
It’s an inside job, literally. This patient package thief waited outside for his inside “man” to come open the door of the building in Crown Heights. From there he made himself heimish to the packages left outside the residents apartments.
Episode 6/8: For Rivky Gurevitch, the birth of a second set of twins should have been quite daunting, but thanks to a fellow shlucha, it instead just felt like the biggest hug.
Two NYPD officers were shot Tuesday afternoon in a gunfight with an armed criminal in Queens. The suspect was also shot and pronounced dead on scene.
The exciting new music video released by MyShliach helps kids bring the atmosphere and lessons learned from Chassidus Club with them into their week, while encouraging them to “Learn, Live and Connect”
With great sadness we report the passing of Mr. Sheldon Lisbon OBM, a resident of Bal Harbor, Florida. He passed away this past Thursday.
The NCFJE is known for its elegant events. The Annual Awards Dinner, celebrating the accomplishments of one of Chabad’s first institutions in the US, is known to bring together a slew of dignitaries from the philanthropic, political and nonprofit sectors.
A two car crash in Crown Heights Tuesday morning caused by a drag racing duo snarled traffic, but thankfully did not cause serious injuries.
City Hall will levy a $15,000 fine against the Brooklyn synagogue that broke social distancing regulations by hosting thousands at a clandestine wedding for the grandson of a top religious official in the Hasidic community.
Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu was nominated Tuesday for the Nobel Peace Prize, for the recent string of peace deals between Israel and moderate Arab states.
David Dinkins, who was elected New York City’s first black mayor in 1989 and famously referred to the nation’s largest metropolis as a “gorgeous mosaic,” died Monday night.