י״ג אדר ה׳תשפ״א - February 24, 2021
Thirty young shlucim in 7th and 8th grades celebrated a siyum last week marking the completion of Masechta Bava Kama through MyShliach’s new Yeshivas Erev program, coordinated by Rabbi Yossi Elberg.
The lockdown in England over Purim will prevent the annual ‘Purim spiel’ tradition from taking place, so young shliach Meyer Shlomo Simon decided to make a virtual spiel to raise funds for his Chabad House.
After the Israeli Government’s lockdown stranded hundreds of visitors in Crown Heights, the remaining guests finally were given permission to return, just days before Purim.
In an open conversation with Anash.org, R’ Yosef Yitzchok Kratz, one of the activists for Keren Anash, explains why we all should give our Matonos Lo’evyonim to a local tzedaka fund.
Lina Tovshteyn, a longtime Crown Heights resident, known for her hospitality and warmth, passed away from complications of COVID a week after her husband’s passing.
This month’s Derher is packed to the brim with gripping Chassidishe content, at the center of which is an extensive article about Bitachon, an article tracing the story of F.R.E.E., and all the regular columns.
When shliach Rabbi Menachem Landa‘s father passed away two weeks ago, his board expected him to cancel its upcoming building campaign. But he asked himself how would the Rebbe respond.
Mr. David Mintz, founder, and CEO of Tofutti Brands, who received numerous brachos from the Rebbe to create his signature dairy-free brands, passed away Wednesday, 12 Adar, 5781.
Have unanswered Halachic questions about Purim? The ‘Ask the Rav’ website, collected all of their most commonly asked Purim questions, into a single, easy to navigate database.
It’s a story that came full circle. A Tefillin-wearing teen inspired his friend to don the daily prayer straps. And it’s all thanks to CTeen International’s latest initiative: Mitzvah Ambassadors.
After many months of intense study and preparation, the bochurim of Chovevei Torah were tested on Hilchos Basar B’chalav by Rabbi Baruch Hertz of Chicago.
Tens of thousands of Shaloch Manos packages arrived at Beis Chaya Mushka in Paris, France, headed by Rabbi Mendel Azimov, for distribution on Purim during mivtzoim and at Chabad Houses.
Anash.org feature: A weekly shiur by Dayan Levi Yitzchok Raskin, Rov of Anash in London, explores interesting Torah questions and halachic dilemmas.
While under lockdown at his home in Vermont last spring, Hadar Hatorah student Velvel Fishman started a mivtzoim route and began including a Dvar Torah, which soon grew to a full-fledged publication, now distributed by Hadar Hatorah students every week.
Ahead of Purim, the Board of the Central Chevra Hatzala released a letter to the public cautioning that Purim has the potential to again be a “super-spreader” event, and asking for basic precautions to be taken.
An unexpected visit by shliach Rabbi Levi Lezell to a family in Boston suburbs on Chanukah this year had their 21-year-old son light menorah for the first time in his life. But it didn’t stop there…
With the COVID-19 pandemic still raging around the world, “Merkos 302 – Special Projects” has adapted to the current situation with the launch of an all-new dedicated Purim site, providing easy access to many Purim needs.
To keep Chabad House goers involved throughout the entire Megilah, Shazak Multimedia has produced a unique silent visual presentation to be shown during the Megillah reading.
Join Live on Thursday at 2:00 pm ET: A Pre-Purim children’s gathering for the geulah will feature Rabbi Shimmy Weinbaum, Chuck the Ventriloquist, Rabbi Yoey Muchnik the one-man band, a trivia game with Rabbi JJ Duchman, The Leeds boys, and more!
Since the early years, the Rebbe showed special care for the Anash fund started by 770’s gabbai R’ Yochanan Gordon. This Purim, countless Anash families will turn to that fund for basic needs.
Ask the Rov: In a year like this when Purim falls on Friday, when is the proper time to begin my Purim seuda? What should I do if my seuda extends into Shabbos?
The early 1950s was a terrible time for Jews in the Soviet Union, a period filled with terror and dread. Then came a Purim Farbrengen that caused the end of their terrible suffering. Listen to master storyteller Rabbi Sholem Perl tell the story of a modern-day Purim miracle.
Nitzolim, an organization creating a supportive and healing environment for survivors of childhood abuse, will launch a pilot program in Crown Heights in partnership with Neshamos.org.