Two grandchildren of the Skverer Rebbe, Rabbi David Twersky Shlita, visited 770 Wednesday night accompanied by a group of bochurim. Photographer Shmully Wolfson happened to be in 770 and photographed the visit.
Daily Archives: January 6, 2021
The government of Quebec has announced an extension to an existing lockdown due to COVID-19 for at least a month, and imposed a curfew for all Quebecers.
-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: $949,000. Negotiable
Twitter has joined YouTube and other social media platforms in removing posts from President Trump calling for calm in the capital during the protests in Washington DC today.
This photo of a Jewish Chaplain during the First Gulf War standing in front of a Aron Kodesh was released by the IDF Archives on the 30th anniversary of the war. The Chaplain is a famous Lubavitcher who served as a Chaplain in the US Army for many years.
The Friendship Circle of Brooklyn hosted its annual Chanukah celebration for children and young adults with special needs and their families. Over 500 men, women and children got together for an evening of song, dance and tradition. Watch a Recap of the event.
A massive rally called by President Donald Trump has dissolved into chaos after clashes between the protesters and Capital Hill police turned violent. The protesters broke through the security barricades and forced their way into the building.
30 years after the Gulf War, Israel’s Defense Ministry has releases photos from sites where Scud missiles struck Israel, along with statistics from the war for first time.
A troublesome law that allowed the state to suspend the license of ticket scofflaws in New York State has ended, after the Governor signed legislation last week stopping it.
Who was Maria, who died on 9 February some 1400 years ago and whose burial stone has now been discovered in Nizzana National Park?