In this weeks installment of Behind The Bima Podcast hosted by Rabbi Efrem Goldberg, Rabbi Philip Moskowitz, and Rabbi Josh Broide, a special Lubavitch Father Son duo were the guest stars.
Daily Archives: June 16, 2021
A Massachusetts man was convicted by a federal jury yesterday in connection with placing a lit firebomb at the entrance of a Longmeadow senior health care facility in April 2020.
Following the sudden passing of Hadassah Lebovic OBM, a new women’s mikvah is planned to be built in her memory. A letter, released by friends of the family asks the public to participate.
The American Academy of PAs has taken the first step towards more autonomy for PAs across the country with a name change that returns the title of Physician Assistant to its original Physician Associate.
Rabbi Gershon Avtzon of Cincinnati Ohio presents some stories and lessons from Rabbi Mendel Aronow A”H who passed away Tuesday at the age of 93.
A car burglar – caught multiple times in the past – was busted again by Shomrim Wednesday morning, this time inside a running vehicle in Crown Heights.
The Rabkin family held a Hachnasas Sefer Torah in Crown Heights. Mendels Photography was there to capture the moment.
Summer is only just beginning in the Northern Hemisphere; but back in January, when Argentina was soaking up the sun, twenty-five young women used their vacation to get away from the bustle of Buenos Aires and immerse themselves in a Jewish experience.
One person was wounded Wednesday morning on the outskirts of Jerusalem in a terrorist attack. After driving to the scene, the terrorist attempted to run down several IDF soldiers. Afterwards, the terrorist exited her vehicle and tried to stab the soldiers.
New York City Mayor John Lindsay was a guest speaker at the eleventh International Kinus Tzierei Agudas Chabad. This photo of Lindsay was snapped in 770 sometime around 1965.
High School teens from across Orange County got together for an evening of giving and socializing, where they decorated balls to be donated to children with special needs.
Tens of thousands tuned in to participate in Unfazed, a live-streamed event filled with prominent Jewish personalities and performers. The production was streamed in 318 Chabad Houses around the world.