Menachem Benchemon, who organized a well attended event in 770 this past week laments the sad state of affairs that 770 is today, and who is allowing it to continue.
A Crown Heights Community member was disgusted at the duplicity shown at the Crown Heights Community Councils recent Melava Malka, and penned his experience.
With the pressing need to have the Crown Heights Jewish community’s voice heard, the author of this Op-Ed analyzes the political landscape of Crown Heights, putting some of the harsh political realities in print.
What is the future of Crown Heights? Why are we even asking such a question? How did we get here? A Crown Heights resident laments in an Op-Ed the real problem the Crown Heights Jewish community is facing, lack of real leadership.
In the wake of the news about how Chabad of Halifax helped the stranded passengers of EL AL flight 26, Rabbi Shimon Posner shares his thoughts.
By now I’m sure most are aware of the new bail reform laws that officially took effect Jan 1 2020 in NY. For those just finding out, Yaakova Babinet gives a quick overview, and gives instructions on how to reform the disastrous law.
Rabbi Shlomo Ezagui, a Shliach in North Palm Beach Florida. stumbled into a problem he believes is causing disillusionment and disenchantment with the leaders in our community. Shocked, he penned the following Op-Ed to the community.
As attacks on the Jew of New York City continue to climb, Mayor Bill DeBlasio reacted to the crimes by holding a “Photo Op” event in front of 770 Eastern Parkway. This is the editors response.
As Hei Teves quickly approaches, Menachem Benchemon, a Crown Heights resident and fed up resident tackles a question ignored for 25 years. How can the heart of Lubavitch, 770, be such an unwelcoming place? And who is responsible?
Mushkie Roness writes a heartful and emotional piece on her memories of her mother, Mrs. Sarah Roness OBM a true eishes chayil.
Op-Ed: A Lubavitch bochur learning in a mainstream Chabad Yeshiva in Israel found himself shocked by another bochur. Is Lubavitch its own worst enemy? Is it losing focus because of its own ego?
A 16 year old Chabad girl penned the following passionate response to the terrible shooting that took place in Jersey City yesterday.
Rabbi Eli Friedman of Chabad of Calabasas went to social media to help dispel a myth. The Kinus Hashluchim Group Photo – the six thousand Shluchim strong annual class photo – is very misleading.
Rabbi Shimon Posner writes the following Op-Ed regarding his late father Rabbi Zalman Posner obm, and how he took the Rebbe’s Simchas Torah with him on Shlichus.
The following Op-Ed was submitted in response to a letter posted on CrownHeights.info from a Bais Rivkah Parent, praising Bais Rivkah’s Board of Directors. The writer of the Op-Ed reframes events, and paints a different picture of the school.
With Shlichus becoming increasingly hard to find, a Lubavitcher attempts to address the troubling issue that many young couples find themselves in, waiting and waiting without a parnassa. He offers an alternative perspective on the matter, and a potential solution.
Rabbi Gershon Avtzon shares some insights on Rabbi Shalom Mendal Simpson A”H, and how he exemplified truth in all things, especially his love for other Jews. Rabbi Simpson passed away on Thursday, on his 90th birthday.
The following Op-Ed was penned by Rabbi Dr. Dovid Fox, the Director of Interventions & Community Education at Project Chai, on the recent tragedy in which a 9 year old boy drowned in a water park.
Dr. Levi A. Reiter is an Audiologist, (hearing Doctor), wrote this Op-Ed taking on something spoken about on private chats and mothers groups. The music by our Simchas is just simply too loud.
A CrownHeights.info reader submitted this Opinion Editorial attempting to frame the vaccination argument into a different lights. He attempts to take a step back, and look at our reactions to the entire argument.
Rabbi Hami, the Rosh Yeshiva of Mesivta Lev Tmimim Lubavitch of Monsey, wrote this opinion piece to bring awareness to a matter most would rather not think about.
When you look at the tombstone of Walter Galler, you notice something striking: The Hebrew words “Kosher L’Pesach” (Kosher for Passover), inscribed, upside down, on the top of the stone. The photo of this unique headstone and the story behind it was shared with me by Rav Moshe Silberhaft of South Africa.