Courtesy of Lubavitch Archives, we present a weekly photo of the Rebbe receiving an Aliya.
Picture of the Day
When you live in Crown Heights and such things like the Police, locked doors, and car alarms hardly deter thieves at all, some residents have had to come up with creative ways to keep those bent on stealing out of their vehicles. This guy absolutely nailed it.
Campers and Staff of Camp Gan Israel Parksville, NY came together this past week for the official camp photo for the summer of 2021/5781.
Outside the beautiful hotel in Almati, Kazakhstan, Shluchim from across the Former Soviet Union stood proudly for their official Kinus Hashluchim group photo.
Courtesy of Lubavitch Archives, we present a weekly photo of the Rebbe at a wedding.
Wherever you go, people want to know, what time shabbos starts. This car was spotted spreading the shabbos message and making a big kiddish hashem.
Courtesy of Lubavitch Archives, we present a weekly photo of the Rebbe as he greets someone in shul.
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.
A sea of people stood outside 770 Friday morning to pay their respects to Rabbi Yoel Kahn OBM, as his Levaya passed on its way to Montefiore Cemetery in Queens. Reb Yoel was a famed Choizer of he Rebbe, as well as a mentor for thousands of Lubavitchers worldwide.
As their summer time in the French Alps comes to an end, Yeshivas Tomchei Temiim Brunoy’s Yeshiva Gedola posed for a group photo with the students and administration.
Golan Vach, Commander of IDF delegation assisting in recovery efforts in Surfside Florida, paid a visit to the grieving Ainsworth family, informing them that he was with the party that found their parents in the rubble. While there, he received an aliya, and was part of the naming of a new Ainsworth grandchild, welcoming a new baby Itty Ainsworth to the family.
It’s sleek, it’s shiny, it’s new, and it belongs to the NYPD’s Highway Patrol. This new Tesla has found its home in the NYPD, where its incredible performance and sleek design will make patrolling New York City’s highways that much easier, and cooler.
From the planting of the American flag on Iwo Jima, to the famous photos of the Warsaw Ghetto, it is safe to say that this photo might very well be the one that lasts forever as the photo of the Surfside collapse.
Last night’s thunderstorm came through Crown Heights with gusto, leaving debris littered across the community, but little real damage. Having said that, this car parked on Carroll Street was down on its luck, having a branch fall down and blow out its rear window.
It’s voting time, and Crown Heights has not disappointed. Throngs of Crown Heightsers have flocked to the local voting sites and overwhelmed the underprepared workers. While the sites were less prepared, United Crown Heights was much more so, and quickly had a worker from the board of elections on-site to help ensure that every vote counted.
A royal Thank You message was hoisted over Kingston Ave Friday, thanking the teachers of United Lubavitcher Yeshiva Crown Street. The sign doesn’t just say thank you, but also lists the teachers that are being thanked.
Courtesy of Lubavitch Archives, we present a weekly photo of the Rebbe as he encourages the singing after davening.