Aliza BasMenachem traveled across at least one state on her way to the massive “Save America” rally that took place yesterday in Washington DC. As an insider, she penned her experiences and thoughts on the troubling and confusing day.
When you are screaming unity but excluding Lubavitch, is that unity? If you call yourself Lubavitch, but ignore the Rebbe, are you Lubavitch? A Crown Heights resident penned the following Op-Ed decrying the pride and lack of unity involved with the “Unity Sefer Torah”.
It’s that time of the year again; it’s that time that we see the holiday lights on cars across the globe, but don’t forget to also be safe.
Zvi Gluck is the CEO of Amudim, an organization dedicated to helping abuse victims and those suffering with addiction within the Jewish community says thank you for everything that 2020 have provided.
Shmiras Shabbos is a given for the Orthodox Jewish community, but sometimes, something simple like a calendar can throw off simple candle lighting times, and make them not so kosher.
Over or not, the presidential election of 2020 has ignited passions and actions unseen in the Jewish community in a long time. Forced to address this with his children, a parent penned an Op-Ed regarding his view of how we should be acting after this election.
This election cycle has been exceptionally charged, and who the winner is may have many ramifications. Levi Y. Keselman takes another approach to why this election is incredibly important and urges everyone to vote.
After an Op-Ed was published with 10 Reasons for a Frum Person to Vote for Trump, Avraham Yosef Baez, Devorah Leah Backman, Laura Melnicoff, and Miriam Levy-Haim of Ker A Velt penned 12 Reasons for a Frum Person to Vote for Joe Biden.
Should a Frum person vote for Trump of Biden? Dovid Goldbaum lays out the case with ten Reasons a frum person should vote for Donald Trump.
Rabbi Yossie Katzman responds to a widely published letter written by Rabbi Mendel Itzinger of Igud Hayeshivos addressing the question by a bochur on taking a stand towards a political party or candidate.
A potentially explosive controversy in the community between the schools and their parent bodies has thankfully been averted. So what lessons can we learn from the incident?
Writing under the pseudonym Shaina Ponim, a Crown Heights resident shares the reason that they wear a mask, and it’s very simple.
A recent requirement for parents to allow COVID-19 testing of their children in schools has many Crown Heights parents up in arms. One parent felt that the opposition was unwarranted, and put pen to paper to articulate it.
Republican? Democrat? As a Jewish person, is there even a choice in who we can vote for, or does Torah dictate for us?
Does Crown Heights have to worry so much aboout what other people or the media think? Aliza BasMenachem takes on this question, and gives her opinion.
It was called the washing machine, this relatively small place in the Rebbe’s Shul. It constituted some 400 square feet, and was only thus called on Rosh Hashanah. The washing machine was an experience.
You want to know what it means that lives matter? A Crown Heights resident explain what that really looks like using the actions of the Crown Heights Jewish community over the past few months as a guide.