On Friday afternoon of Lag Baomer, Lubavitch Center of Pittsburgh, under the leadership of Rabbi Yisroel Rosenfeld, organized a fun-filled family event at the famous “Blue Slide Park” in Squirrel Hill.
Daily Archives: May 4, 2021
After briefly expiring over the weekend, the statewide eviction moratorium put in place at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic was extended Tuesday, after gaining the signature of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
The mandate given by President Reuven Rivlin to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to form a government following the elections to the 24th Knesset expired at midnight on Tuesday.
Over the next few weeks, Bochurim in many Mesivtas will spend their free time learning and memorizing a newly created Inyonei Geulah Umoshiach curriculum, culminating with a suspenseful Chidon competition in Crown Heights.
After much effort Kāmin Health – Crown Heights Urgent Care once again has the covid-19 vaccine (Moderna first dose) in stock.
Sources tell YWN that NY Assemblyman Sheldon Silver has been released from prison and is on his way home. He was released five years earlier than his six year sentence.
Due to many requests, an open conversation with Rabbi Simon Jacobson has been arranged to address the questions and help deal with the confusion, grief and overwhelming heartbreak following the tragedy in Meron.
Head Shliach of Thailand Rabbi Yosef Chaim Kantor, gets filmed about his experiences as a bochur during the Rebbe’s Farbrengens, how to stay to focus and understand the the Farbrengen, for Vaad Hatmimim’s Hanachos program to be launched this week.
As the 2nd Hatazlah-Thon Live event kicked off with an evening of support for the volunteers of Hatzalah chapters across the world, those same volunteers joined with the stars and guests for a special VIP event.
Family, Accomplishments, Impact on All, Dealing with Issues, Mashiach, Visionary, Rebbe’s Rebbe, Gentiles, and Relationships. These and many other first-time ever released information is now available in Rabbi Dalfin’s new book, “World’s Rebbe.”
Live at 8:30pm: A Lecture from Operation Survival, Healing: Signs Your Child May Need Help. Addressing the far-reaching mental health consequences of COVID-19.
Say it ain’t snow! New York City students will not get snow days in the next academic year, the Department of Education announced Tuesday.
A new Chabad Mikvah was inaugurated in the community of Carmel in Haifa for the nearly 30,000 families living in the area this week.
As the 2nd Hatazlah-Thon Live event kicked off with an evening of support for the volunteers of Hatzalah chapters across the world, photographer Berel Meyers went behind the scenes to capture the monumental event from another angle.
Video footage of another absolutely shocking assault on Rabbi Chaim Boruch Halberstam – the caretaker of upstairs 770 – has surfaced, highlighting the lawlessness presently prevailing in the Central Chabad Shul.
Yeshivas Lubavitch Cincinnati, under the leadership of Rabbi Gershon Avtzon, held their annual Lag B’omer Parade joined by the local community.
Israeli security forces have arrested several Palestinian Arabs suspected of aiding the terrorist responsible for Sunday’s drive-by shooting attack in Samaria, Palestinian Authority media outlets reported Tuesday morning.