CrownHeights.info presents a gallery of photos with the streets and views of Crown Heights Erev Shabbos. This gallery is courtesy of MendelsPhotography.
Now entering its third year, Online Cheder continues to achieve its central goal, that of meeting the needs of each and every talmid and motivating them to love learning while building needed skills.
As Duke University celebrates commencement festivities and bids farewell to their 2021 graduates, there is additional cause for celebration among its Jewish students. They can now look forward to greeting incoming students this fall with an expansive new presence centrally located alongside Duke’s East Campus in Durham, N.C.
The students of multiple Crown Heights schools joined together in front of 770 Lag B’Omer, celebrating the special day with Torah and a riveting performance. This gallery is courtesy of MendelsPhotogrophy.
A Crown Heights resident was shocked Thursday morning to see a man attempting to open car doors on Eastern Parkway, and was about to report it when the man stepped over to the car he was sitting in and tried his handle as well. Job Final, One Under.
Fathers of the 8th grade students in Oholei Torah were invited to spend a morning of davening, learning and connection together with their son, in his Yeshiva.
The time has come to select the most outstanding of a group of fiercely committed CTeens working tirelessly to start new chapters and showcase their commitment and devotion to the world.
The students of multiple Crown Heights schools paraded through the streets of Crown Heights on Lag B’Omer, bring chayus and music along their way to a large Lag B’Omer gathering.
“What happens when it rains?” was the common question asked to Connection Point Director Rabbi Levi Plotkin. Interestingly, the organizers were told that the Parade the children were watching had the same issue – it was “going” to rain. But it didn’t.
On Friday afternoon of Lag Baomer, Lubavitch Center of Pittsburgh, under the leadership of Rabbi Yisroel Rosenfeld, organized a fun-filled family event at the famous “Blue Slide Park” in Squirrel Hill.
As the 2nd Hatazlah-Thon Live event kicked off with an evening of support for the volunteers of Hatzalah chapters across the world, those same volunteers joined with the stars and guests for a special VIP event.
A new Chabad Mikvah was inaugurated in the community of Carmel in Haifa for the nearly 30,000 families living in the area this week.
As the 2nd Hatazlah-Thon Live event kicked off with an evening of support for the volunteers of Hatzalah chapters across the world, photographer Berel Meyers went behind the scenes to capture the monumental event from another angle.
Yeshivas Lubavitch Cincinnati, under the leadership of Rabbi Gershon Avtzon, held their annual Lag B’omer Parade joined by the local community.
As the 2nd Hatazlah-Thon Live event kicked off with an evening of support for the volunteers of Hatzalah chapters across the world, photographer Berel Meyers caught the memorable moments of the event on camera.
As night fell on Thursday, and Lag BaOmer spread its joyous light throughout Israel, Rabbi Shimon Matlon shared an envelope with a friend, instructing him not to open it until Sunday. Later that night, Shimon was among the 45 men and boys who lost their lives in the tragic crowding in Meron.
5 years ago, Igud Hamelamdim launched this comprehensive summer training course moderated by top mechanchim in the field of Chinuch. Now, it’s reached it’s 7th Gold Star Teachers’ Training Course, In-Person and Online.