The day of Yud Shevat marks an important and historic milestone for world Jewry and beyond. It is the day that began the process of making Shluchim and Chabad houses synonymous with Judaism in this era. Merkos 302 has joined with JEM to make available to shluchim: “Precious Souls” – an interactive video presentation to feature in honor of this Yud Shevat.
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The recent holiday season came with unusual challenges for United States Troops who were not able to celebrate with family. Duvy Burston, of Monroe, NY and Yitzy Zelenko, of Pomona, NY, both eighteen, flew to Fort Riley “Home of the Big Red One” 1st Infantry Division in Kansas to spread holiday joy to the soldiers stationed there.
The affordable housing lottery is open for 648 Midwood Street, a five-story residential development in Wingate, Brooklyn. Available on NYC Housing Connect is a one-bedroom and two two-bedroom units for eligible residents.
In honor of the Shloshim of Rabbi Yerachmiel Stillman, one of the first shluchim in California in 1969 taking place this Shabbos, Rabbi Chaim Dalfin shared photos from his archive of a pilpul said by Rabbi Stillman in 1962. The pilpul was said in Lubavitcher Yeshiva in Newark on the Tractate Yevomus, and was written down by a friend.
For decades, Jewish baseball fans have looked to Sandy Koufax as a role model for refusing to pitch in game one of the 1965 World Series because it fell on Yom Kippur. While that stood out as an example for Jews everywhere, one Nevada teen is hoping to take it a step further and become the first Shabbat-observant, kosher-food-eating professional baseball player.
Two state-of-the-art playgrounds are opening at neighboring Chabad centers in Coral Springs and Parkland, Florida, each dedicated to one of the seventeen victims of the 2018 Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland.
A world-class Talmudist with an encyclopedic knowledge of the Talmud and its commentaries, Rabbi Shalom Povarsky—a beloved teacher, known for his warmth, charm and loving smile— passed away on Shabbat, Dec. 26, after a brief battle with the coronavirus. He was 85 years old.
A horrific incident Sunday night left Montgomery Street blocked off and a burned-out hulk of an electric bike on the sidewalk after a cyclist was struck on the corner of Troy Ave.
To commemorate 70 years since the Rebbe’s Frabrengen on Yud Shevat 5711, the Vaad Hatmimim has launched a new program to help Bochurim experience and learn a full Farbrengen with the Rebbe, and to relive it.
A vehicle overturned Thursday night on Eastern Parkway near Rochester Ave, after allegedly being involved in a collision. Emergency responders shut down Eastern Parkway in both directions as they stabilized the vehicle.
Rabbi Shmuel and Shterni Freedman, married in 2019, have moved to Bahía Blanca, Argentina to become the shluchim for this small Jewish community.
A fatal car crash on Route 202 in Monsey involving a car that caught fire Wednesday night left one person dead and a Lubavitcher man injured.
A drive-by shooting in broad daylight has Kingston Ave shut down on the north side of Eastern Parkway Thursday morning. The shooting took place at approximately 10:25am, and no injuries were reported.
Two grandchildren of the Skverer Rebbe, Rabbi David Twersky Shlita, visited 770 Wednesday night accompanied by a group of bochurim. Photographer Shmully Wolfson happened to be in 770 and photographed the visit.
A massive rally called by President Donald Trump has dissolved into chaos after clashes between the protesters and Capital Hill police turned violent. The protesters broke through the security barricades and forced their way into the building.
30 years after the Gulf War, Israel’s Defense Ministry has releases photos from sites where Scud missiles struck Israel, along with statistics from the war for first time.
Mrs. Miriam Rosenblum, a beloved educator in Pittsburgh for more than five decades and the founder of Keren Racheim, a local organization committed to helping those in need, passed away last month at the age of 78. Her passing came only two months after the loss of her husband, Rabbi Ephraim Rosenblum.