Hasidic Archives Publishing has published a new book titled “A Chassid, A Businessman: The Story of Zalman Deitsch”. The hardcover book boasts 154 images spanning it’s 311 pages.
-4th Bedroom was made into a Living Room,
-Split units in every room,
-Custom made closets,
-Very sunny unit,
-2 Porches directly from unit,
-Private Storage Room,
Listed to sell
Price: $995,000. Firm
A fire in the basement of Raskins Fish on Kingston Ave brought a massive FDNY response Sunday afternoon, temperarily shutting down the Avenue.
This Shabbos at the Besht: Rabbi Mendy Hershkop, Rabbi of “The Shul” in Crown Heights, will speak on the topic of “The olive branch and the Mabul.”
With great sadness we report the passing of Rabbi Moshe Shaikevitz OBM, Shliach of the Rebbe in Milan, Italy. He passed away on the 5th of Cheshvan, 5781.
Connection Point, the popular production from JEM with collaboration from Tzivos Hashem looks to new year of growth
A three-car motor vehicle crash on Eastern Parkway became a Hit and Run after the car that caused the wreck sped off.
This year is unlike any other; many of the schools that the special children attend have already been closed, and parents (and siblings!) are back to ensuring their children are well taken care of. So friendship circle teamed up with various brands to curate a beautiful Sukkos package with something for everyone in the family.
A taxi driver had a difficult evening Sunday night after flipping his car on Montgomery Street in Crown Heights.
With many children unable to attend synagogue or holiday programming in person, CKids provided an innovative and engaging toolbox to help children celebrate the holidays of Sukkot and Simchat Torah.
Achos Hatmimim, a program that is active in Lubavitch high schools across the globe, got off to a great start this Tishrei with a program called “Fill Your Palette,” which sends inspirational packets to each girl.
After Yom Tov many local shiurim are resuming across Crown Heights, including Shiurim in daily Chassidus, daily Gemoroh, daily Rambam, Thursday night Leil Shishi Chassidus learning program and Sunday morning kollel.
Kosher CBD isn’t just simply another brand of CBD oils, it’s Lubavitch owned and an entirely new venue to the future.
The “shopping cart thief” is back in Crown Heights, busting back windows of cars to pick through their trunks. The thief made his return debut last night on Eastern Parkway near Albany Ave by targeting a Jewish minivan, rolling up with his shopping cart before breaking the back window.
After months of severely restricted and grounded flights due to COVID-19, ELAL is back in the air, and Chabad of the Airport is there to greet them. Chabad of the Airport’s stand in JFK Airport was well staffed Thursday, greeting the passengers and helping them do a mitzvah.
The Bobover Shul on 49th street and 14th Ave in Boro Park was the first shul to receive orders to close by the City of New York over COVID-19 restriction violations.
During the period of Bein Hazmanim, bochurim in Paris spent their time doing what they do best, learning and davening. The learning was arranged under the auspices of Rabbi and Mendy and Levi Azimov in the 9th district of Paris.
Over the past 8 months, many Yeshivas have been affected in various ways but Tiferes Bachurim in Morristown has been able to ‘turn lemons into lemonade’. One highlight has been that Tiferes has kept its doors open for the entire Tishrei for all its Talmidim.