Courtesy of Lubavitch Archives, we present a weekly photo of the Rebbe.
Picture of the Day
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.
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It was a gorgeous sunrise Monday morning that became the backdrop of a photo of 770 Eastern Parkway snapped by photographer Shmuli Evers.
Courtesy of Lubavitch Archives, we present a weekly photo of the Rebbe as he returns to daven musaf on Rosh Chodesh.
This photo of a Jewish Chaplain during the First Gulf War standing in front of a Aron Kodesh was released by the IDF Archives on the 30th anniversary of the war. The Chaplain is a famous Lubavitcher who served as a Chaplain in the US Army for many years.
The Hadar Hartorah Yeshiva took their annual photo for their Winter Program of 5781. Founded in 1963 the yeshiva has taught hundreds of students with little or no background in Jewish knowledge or practice.
Courtesy of Lubavitch Archives, we present a weekly photo of the Rebbe in conversation as he is leaving 770 on the way to the Ohel.
The Yeshivas Lubavitch of Baltimore’ new Zal building – with a 770 styled front – has began applying bricks to the new building’s façade. The Yeshiva currently serves over 70 students from around the world.
In London, the COVID pandemic is real. This photo shows a line of ambulances waiting to offload patients at a London Hospital. Can you spot the London Hatzolo ambulance in this photo?
Crown Heights resident and artistic photographer Shmuli Evers snapped this shot of 770 in exquisite detail, using a puddle of water to artistic effect.
It was a breezy night last night, with one gust of gale-force winds completely decimating the outdoor dining area for Essen Bench, across the street from the store on Kingston Ave. this piece of destruction was in good company, as hundreds of other outdoor dining areas shared the same fate across the city.
Courtesy of Lubavitch Archives, we present a weekly photo of the Rebbe on his way to 770.
A new Chabad House designed with a 770 style front has been inaugurated in St-Brice-Sous-Forêt in the north of France. The new Chabad House adds to the plethora of 770 replicas that have grown across the world.
Dubbed a “Corona Menorah” Yaakov Israel (10 years old) and Devorah Leah (9 years old) Hertzel from Crown Heights put together a creative Chanukah Menorah, melding it with the messages and nuances of the present-day COVID-19 life.
Courtesy of Lubavitch Archives, we present a weekly photo of the Rebbe on Chanukah in the year 1989.
A much higher level in Chassidus than Hiskafia, is His’hapcha. Here we see as firefighters assist in lighting a fire that lit up Syracuse at the public Menorah lighting in Clinton Sq. Downtown Syracuse, under the auspices of Rabbi Yaakov Rapoport, the Senior Rabbi and Director of Chabad House @ SU & CNY.
In isolation over a COVID-19 exposure, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu watched his wife Sarah as she lit the Menorah on the final night of Chanukah. The part that interests us? Have you noticed that the menorah they are lighting is a Chabad style menorah?