The Rebbe’s handwritten edits on a French Calendar for the year of 5701 has been published in the Vaad Hatmimim’s new Kovetz for Chef Ches Sivan, this year celebrating eighty years since the Rebbe and Rebbetzin’s arrival to the free world.
Daily Archives: June 9, 2021
This Monday, thousands to gather across the globe to internalize the Rebbe’s life, legacy and example.
It was a festive day in downtown Zhitomir in Western Ukraine, as large crowds joyfully participated in the Hachnasat Sefer Torah, bringing a new Torah scroll into Zhitomir’s large synagogue for the first time in a hundred years.
New York City announced the Illegal Fireworks Task Force is cracking down to prevent and tackle the use of illegal fireworks across the city ahead of the warmer months.
This past Sunday, Friendship Circle of Brooklyn unveiled a new mural on the corner of Kingston and Lefferts Avenues. The entire community was invited to join the festivities.
The Yeshivas Tomchei Tmimim of Queens held an evening of tribute honoring the Bochurim that have completed a Mivtza to learn the Masechta Baba Metzia by heart.
It’s much more than a shul. Anshei Lubavitch provides a sense of community to all those who need. See the gratitude one mother has to this amazing place.
As if Tuesdays downpour wasn’t enough, a flash flood warning has been posted by the National Weather Service for Wednesday afternoon through the evening.
Tomorrow, Thursday the 30th of Sivan – June 10th, starting at 6:00am, many Crown Heights streets will be closed due to repaving. Please be aware before parking your car, and driving around town.
Israel’s Ambassador to the United Nations, Gilad Erdan, visited the headquarters of the Associated Press Monday and provided explosive evidence that the building housing their Gaza operation was being used by Hamas terrorists trying to jam the Iron Dome.
In a show of Crown Heights unity not seen in more than twenty years, all Crown Heights Askanim have come together under the banner of United Crown Heights and endorsed candidates as a single unit, bringing the voting power of Crown Heights to the polls.
The New York City Board of Correction voted to end solitary confinement in city jails on Tuesday.
It was “Prize Day” in tens of Lubavitch schools this month! Numerous award celebrations around the world concluded this year’s “Gemara Bifnim”, a full-year study program that teaches students how to master a page of Gemara—bifnim.
New York City’s law department was hit with a cyberattack that forced officials to take the 1,000-lawyer agency offline, but Mayor Bill de Blasio said he believes no data was compromised in the hack.
A major step this week towards providing for the needs hospital bound patients took place as the New York State Department of Health relaxed COVID rules and allowed family members to visit their hospital bound relatives.