New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced that if COVID rates hold or decrease, indoor dining will resume across the state.
Daily Archives: January 29, 2021
Clouds and Fire Protect Jews, Women Dance at Sea Shore, Sea Splits as Jews Flee Egyptian Army, and The Gift That’ll Stick with You. Shazak has released their weekly “Parsha Post For Parshas Beshalach”, and has made it available for all here on CrownHeights.info.
The Gedaliah Society, in conjunction with Dr. Rosen, has released an update with good news on the virus trend in the Crown Heights Jewish community and provided an update on the availability of the vaccines.
Over the past few weeks, we discussed various aspects of making the preparation for Yud Shevat. Indeed there were numerous farbrengens in every community of Anash. Additionally, there were many zoom farbrengens before and after shabbos. So what are the takeaways?
A new Shabbat curriculum launched by CKids encourages Hebrew school children to stay home and celebrate Shabbat through its innovative approach to education
In his weekly letter, Rabbi Zalmen Wishedski discusses how happiness is like Krias Yam Suf, not challenging Krias Yam Suf, but underwater like it.
This Shabbos at the Besht: Rabbi Michoel Lerner – Rosh Kollel of 770 Montgomery, will be presenting a lecture this Shabbos on using a Blech on Shabbos.
Dedicated bike lanes are coming to the Brooklyn and Queensboro Bridge roadways, New York City Mayor Bill de Blaiso announced in his State of the City address Thursday night.
In honor of Tu Bshvat and Parshas Bishalach, we present a remarkable Maamar from the Tzemach Tzedek with remarkable notes of Reb Hillel Paritcher, explaining the idea of Krias Yam Suf as well as the Inyan of Planting according to Chassidus.
For the first time, rare evidence has been found of fabric dyed with royal purple dating from the time of King David and King Solomon.
Courtesy of Lubavitch Archives, we present a weekly photo of the Rebbe saying Shema.