"Looking for parking on my block in Flatbush can sometimes take an hour. Today after 3/4 of an hour of waiting I saw a driver get into his car. I pulled in behind him waiting for him to leave. while he was leaving a car pulled up to his...
Back in July, 3 young men who never had a bris underwent surgery to become circumcised. It was a very moving day for these 3 young men and all the attendees of the celebration after. Watch the clip below for the whole story. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u_glqcSdn64]
Guests of Chai Lifeline at the 2017 Annual Gala were privileged to be the first to hear a brilliant, poignant song written by Malky Storch, Bracha Goldstein, and Miriam Storch in memory of their beloved sister, Hudis, a'h. They sang it to Hudis for the first time a few...
Remember to always care for the homeless person on the street, especially as the weather gets colder..
This took place in Brooklyn a few nights ago. "חסדי השם כי לא תמנו" Till 120..
The campaign has thus far raised $382,000. TO donate Click HERE.. The following is a letter from the family: We are getting close to funding hope! I have no words to express the gratitude that has filled our hearts. When we first reached out to the community, we had lofty dreams of...
A truly beautiful moment.. Posted by Eliyohu Mintz on FaceBook
It’s been nearly four years since Danielle and Shlomo tied the knot. Both of them have special needs. This is their inspiring love story. Read more about their story at The Jewish Journal
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Everyone has days where they feel like Failure is out to get them. But in his latest music video, Mordechai Shapiro reminds us that Failure can be defeated! You just have to show him whose boss.
Amazing moment at last nights Renewal event in Teaneck, NJ.
Dear Parents, It has been a difficult few days. The horrific, double tragedy that occurred on Chol Hamoed has hit not only two of our families, but our community and Klal Yisroel as a whole. What is our task, going forward? First and foremost, we have to be nosei b'ol with the two...
It's easy to find stories about the political strife in Israel, and it seems that every day there are more and more articles showing the Jewish/Muslim divide. But sitting quietly in a library in Ariel University are two people who are breaking those barriers. Rabbi Aaron Katzoff, a Rabbi...
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