What an amazing month full of davening, learning, activities, sports, trips, and, of course, fun. The last day was definitely a very memorable day, with each grade going on a trip.
Following today’s gun violence prevention community meeting for North and Central Brooklyn, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced 506 jobs will be available for at-risk youth in seven ZIP codes that make up the zone. The ZIP codes are: 11206, 11213, 11216, 11221, 11222, 11233 and 11238.
Sales of previously occupied U.S. homes rose in June, snapping a four-month losing streak, while strong demand for higher-end properties and ultra-low mortgage rates helped push prices to new highs.
Rabbi Levi Garelik is a lecturer and author of multiple books on Jewish law. He resides in Brooklyn, New York, where he was interviewed in February of 2021.
In a terrible road accident which occurred in Scotland, three members of a chareidi family from Manchester, England were badly injured. A 14-year-old girl passed away from her injuries in hospital and the mother and son are fighting for their lives.
The city of Newark is known for many things: the Newark airport, Rutgers University, Audible’s new headquarters, and for being the largest city in New Jersey. What many do not know, however, is that Newark used to be the sixth-largest Jewish community in America, and Jews once comprised a quarter of the city’s population.
A Florida judge said the survivors and victims’ families in the condo building collapse will get a minimum of $150 million in compensation initially – which includes insurance on the tower and expected proceeds from a sale of the empty property.
Over 300 bochurim from Yeshivas Tomchei Temimim Burnoy spent the summer months learning in the picturesque French Alps. The sights and views were captured by photographer Mendy Sodri.
In recent months, the process of getting student visas for Israel travel has been an exceptionally challenging and lengthy process, with months-long waits that created tremendous financial difficulties and other significant hardships. Amudim has been working closely with the Israeli Consulate in New York and was blessed to be able to develop a system by which countless students were able to receive their visas without long wait times for appointments.
CTeen, the Chabad International Teen Network, has kept its focus on uplifting Jewish teenagers throughout this pandemic, despite many closures. This year, as Covid restrictions eased, the organization pledged to reopen the CTeen Xtreme camp.
Author and Historian, Rabbi Chaim Dalfin, gives a moving tribute of memories and stories from Rabbi Yoel Kahn OBM, the famed choizer and chossid of the Rebbe.
It’s a bird, it’s a plane, nope, it’s a Jewish owned minivan. Don’t ask how, but this Toyota Sienna minivan managed to get itself off the ground and hanging on overhead wires in the Catskills. Just thinking about this makes you want to ask yourself if that maybe superman is a real person.
Watch the fourth episode of Nacho News as they go through the fourth week at Camp Gan Yisroel Parksville.
Tzali Kamisar, a resident of Surfside, Florida, yesterday attended the funeral of the last to be killed in the collapse of the residential tower, Dr. Brad Cohen, with whom he prayed at synagogue.
Shmulik Serebryanaki (Toronto, Canada) to Rivky Kanelsky (Hillside, NJ) L’Chaim: Wednesday, July 28th, 8:00pm at 1349 President Street
The U.S. and Mexico have extended non-essential land travel restrictions through Aug. 21, the Department of Homeland Security announced Wednesday.
Charasho! Thank G-d, after quite some time – almost 2 years, we present to you the official music video of the runaway hit song, Charasho.