The Gedaliah Society, in conjunction with Dr. Rosen, has released an update on the continued cases of COVID-19 in Crown Heights, and continue to remind people to remain vigilant, and not attend Purim celebrations if they are ill.
Daily Archives: February 25, 2021
The United States on Thursday carried out an air strike in Syria against a structure belonging to Iranian-backed militia, two officials told the Reuters news agency.
In our present political environment where much is being said about “unity” and uniting our nation – we present a message from the Rebbe on the idea of making the many into one and as it relates to the principle of DEMOCRACY. The Rebbe further expands on this with the idea of the Public Domain and Private Domain as explained in Chabad chasidus.
Lubavitch Photographer Shmully Wolfson caught a special moment last night as Rabbi Berel Levine stood outside 770 with the Mayim Shelanu.
It is well known that each Purim, the Rebbe would call in Rabbi Mentlick A”H and give Matonos Lo’evyonim towards Kupas Bochurim, taking care of the needy Tmimim, who needed assistance with purchasing clothing and other needs. The Rebbe cherished the Bochurim as his very own and worried about their care.
Hadar Hatorah has announced the winners of its 22nd Annual Purim Raffle. Congratulations to the winners!
s its name hints, INTENTION is a monthly glimpse into the tents of Torah of Oholei Torah. Each volume of INTENTION features different departments within the greater institution.
Rafael Advanced Defense Systems Ltd. has completed the development of the ground-based Air Defense version of the I-Derby ER (Extended Range) air-to-air missile. During the test series concluded earlier this week in southern Israel, Rafael performed a ground launch to test the missile’s command and control, navigation, and flight trajectory capabilities.
Alternate side parking (street cleaning) regulations are suspended Friday, February 26 for Purim. All other regulations, including parking meters, remain in effect.
Join LIVE today, Ta’anis Esther, at 2:00PM: a Children’s Livestream video event will be taking place followed by a 40 day Children’s Geula Gathering campaign.
Purim is here! The joyous holiday brings out the costumes, the gifts and charity! But there are those out there that may try and take advantage of our open and welcoming homes. Shomrim has compiled a list of tips that can help prevent the holiday from turning sad.
The NYC Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS) and the New York Power Authority (NYPA) today announced the selection of two firms to install rooftop solar arrays on nearly 50 public schools across the five boroughs, as well as city water treatment plants.
Firefighters were called to Bunch-O-Bagels in Crown Heights at approximately 10:30am Thursday morning, after a fire broke out in the restaurants back kitchen.
NYPD Chief of Department Terence Monahan, the highest ranking uniformed police officer in the NYPD, is retiring, sources familiar with the move told the Daily News.
A lively Lubavitch Chasid, Reb Hendel was considered the first Chasidic artist, having studied art at the Moscow School of Art. Author and Historian Rabbi Chaim Dalfin delves into the life of this special man.
Public megillah readings will be taking place throughout Purim across Crown Heights. Included here is a list with locations and times.
We regret to inform you of the passing of Mr. David Mintz, founder and CEO of the Tofutti brand. Mr. Mintz had many exchanges with the Rebbe at Machne Israel and other visits to 770. He attributed his success to the Rebbe’s business advice and many blessings. We’re honored to share with you a peek into their relationship.