Over 120 volunteers of the MyShliach chavrusa program at Merkos 302 gathered in the JCM on Thursday night for an elegantly appointed appreciation event, honoring their dedication to their weekly Chavrusahs with, and ongoing mentorship of, yaldei hashluchim.
Daily Archives: June 10, 2021
With thousands of guests expected at the Ohel this Gimmel Tammuz, preparations are well under way for shabbos and the day of.
During these volatile times of rocket attacks by terrorists on Israel, the Rebbe’s powerful letter brings clarity to the policy that needs to be implemented. The Rebbe cites the dire consequences of returning liberated lands, surrendering the Sinai oil fields and the government’s meek policy regarding terrorist attacks.
The coming primary election is perhaps the most important in Crown Heights’s history. Michael Hollingsworth, the candidate endorsed by the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA), will win the City Council seat for Crown Heights–unless we unite behind his opponent, Crystal Hudson.
In honor of Gimmel Tammuz, a special sale is taking place on all books published by Historian and Author Rabbi Chaim Dalfin.
Thinking twice about going to the Emergency Room? United Healthcare just made the decision one bit harder by announcing its plan to stop paying for non-emergency visits to the emergency room.
Yehuda Guberman, a retiree in North Miami Beach, Florida, enjoyed attending weekly study sessions at United Jewish Generations, a Chabad center for seniors in South Florida. Then COVID hit, and the elderly began to isolate and limit social interactions. Classes were suspended, but not for long.
The Secret Room series combines comedy, adventure and educational elements to explore a variety of symbols and concepts from Jewish culture, history and lifestyle.
After the success of his first album, Dovid Caytak has now recorded his second of the Mizmor leDovid series.
For the first time since April of 2000, authorities stopped more than 180,000 illegal immigrants at the US-Mexico border, according to data released by US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) Wednesday.
The NCPSA, the umbrella organization for accrediting agencies of the United States, re-elected Rabbi Nochem Kaplan director of the Merkos Chinuch office as chairman of the standing Standards and Review Committee. The appointment took place in Vail Colorado, where Rabbi Kaplan met with Rabbi Dovid Mintz Executive Director of Chabad Vail Colorado.
In preparation for the release of a new book titled Gallery of the Greats from Nissan Mindel Publications (NMP), CrownHeights.info interviewed the publishers director, Rabbi Shalom Ber Schapiro.
A pair of not-so-subtle thieves were attempting to make the score of the day on Kingston Ave in Crown Heights after discovering a package of expensive iPhones accidentally left unsecured. Suffice it to say that Crown Heights Shomrim was called, and after pointing out that they had been caught literally in the act, they handed back over the phones.
A simple request from Shluchim running Ckids programs worldwide led to the birth of the innovative concept that was debuted in the latest JewQ championship Game Show held this past Sunday.
The Studio Theatre of Long Island, Lark Ballet, presents “Sleeping Beauty”, a women’s only ballet event for the Jewish community. The event will be featured online on Sunday, June 13th, at 3:00pm.
Yup, it’s simple. No vote, No Voice, No complaints when the elected officials don’t care what you need, want, or think. See for yourself.
Auto Dealers have been enjoying the higher prices brought about by the recent shortage of cars, and are aiming to keep those prices high for the future. By getting rid of your auto Broker, such as a leasing agent, they plan to create a monopoly allowing them to charge the consumer whatever they want.