Courtesy of Lubavitch Archives, we present a weekly photo of the Rebbe davening from the amud in his home after the Rebbetzin’s passing.
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Dear Patients, Good News!
We wish to advise our patients that for your convenience the Pediatric Office on Eastern Parkway will be going back to:
NORMAL HOURS & NORMAL SCHEDULE:
- OFFICE WILL BE OPEN
- Sunday: 9:00am to 5:00pm
- Monday to Thursday: 8:00am to 8:00pm
- Friday: 8:00am to 6:00pm
- Saturday: CLOSED
- WALK-IN HOURS
- Monday to Thursday:
- 8:00am to 10:00am & 5:00pm to 7:00pm
- 8:00am to 9:00am
- Monday to Thursday:
If your child has a fever, please inform the front desk prior to your arrival and/or at the time of making the appointment.
Dr. Eli Rosen & Associates
While returning from an emergency call, a group of Crown Heights Hatzalah volunteers stopped to help a stranded Lubavitcher power his electric vehicle on the side of the Jackie Robinson Parkway. With time to spare as the car powered up, the crew posed with the stranded motorist and snapped this photo.
Williamsbug Shomrim put their new patrol car to good use Motzei Shabbos as it helped secure the area of the New York State Armory in Williamsburg. Thousands of Shluchim have descended on the armory as part of the International Kinus Hashluchos this weekend. The Shluchos attended workshops and meals at the armory throughout the weekend.
This past Friday, an elderly Jewish Russian couple officially got married at the Chabad synagogue for Soviet immigrants located on Herzl Street in Haifa. The Chosen is 96 years old and the Kallah is 91, they are both Holocaust survivors.
Courtesy of Lubavitch Archives, we present a weekly photo of the Rebbe davening for the amud on 22 Shevat, 5752.
Senior Israeli Journalist Amit Segal took a tour of 770 Wednesday while on a visit to Crown Heights. He made a stop in the WLCC room with Rabbi Chaim Baruch Halberstam and Rabbi Mendel Esienbach.
In collaboration with JEM, the giant billboard at the entrance to Kfar Chabad now features a quote and picture of the Rebbe for all to see.
Courtesy of Lubavitch Archives, we present a weekly photo of the Rebbe as he encourages the singing while entering 770, circa 1992.
It can be argued that Charlie Buttons is perhaps the most well known person in the Simcha scene in Crown Heights. Dressed in his overalls and tzitzis, he never missed a L’Chaim or wedding to give out balloons to the children. But have you ever seen Charlie in a Tuxedo?
More than 100 Jewish people were seen Wednesday morning donning tefillin and waiting to board their flight from Florida to New York City to visit the Ohel of the Rebbe for Yud Shvat.
Hundreds of Bais Rivkah girls were treated Tuesday to a special Safety Awareness presentation given by Officers from the NYPD Community Affairs. The presentation was arranged by Crown Heights Shomrim Coordinator Gadi Hershkop.
The line for a free bagel at Holesome Bagels in Crown Heights was out the door just minutes after 7am Sunday, as community members queued up to get their free bagel. The free bagel offer lasted from 7am-10am, with a limit of one bagel per person, with a maximum of 500 bagels.
Courtesy of Lubavitch Archives, we present a weekly photo of the Rebbe.
Wholesome Bagels, an iconic Crown Heights bagel store, has received a face lift that had temporarily shuttered the store. Now, the redesigned eatery is back open and serving the Crown Heights community.
As Oholei Torah’s scooter safety initiative ended on Tuesday, Crown Heights Shomrim and the 71st Precincts NCO Officers came to speak with the boys, touching on scooter safety and awareness. The safety initiative comes after a spate of recent scooter related incidents that thankfully ended without serious injury.
Courtesy of Lubavitch Archives, we present a photo of the Rebbe as he gives a coin to a child while entering shul to daven.
MyLife: Chassidus Applied is launching a new creativity track alongside its flagship essay contest this year. In the six years since the contest’s inception, thousands of applicants have submitted essays translating the teachings of Chassidus into real-life solutions, with a winning prize of $1,000.