A Jewish Rabbi and his son have avoided prison time and received probation – five years for the Rabbi, three for his son, in a plea deal negotiated by District Attorney Thomas Walsh over over the deadly Evergreen fire of 2021.
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The worldwide list of Sukkahs began in 1994, as a local service to the Jewish community in Melbourne, Australia. In 2003, the list was expanded to cover all places around the world.
This is a special edition episode of Meaningful People Podcast where Avraham Fried sat down with his nephew Benny Friedman for an honest, raw conversations about life, music and a lot more.
Rosh Hashana is the head of the year and it literally sets the tone for how sweet and awesome the coming year is going to be. With the energy of Yoni Z and DJ FARBRENG our brand new Upmix helps you start it with simcha and joy, while dancing your way towards an incredibly sweet and happy new year.
Hear the fascinating and empowering story of Devorah Romm, the female printer behind the classic and now ubiquitous Vilna edition of the Talmud in 1886, and trace her impact on Torah study through the generations.
Rockland 2nd Annual National Night Out For Law Enforcement
Rockland Boulders Stadium 1 Palisades Credit Union Park Dr, Pomona, NY 10970
Rockland's 2nd Annual National Night Out will be taking place on Monday, August 12th, at the Rockland Boulders Stadium. The night will feature presentations by Law Enforcement and Fire Departments, including a K-9 presentation, and the use of the Jaws of Life. The evening will also include entertainment such as a dunk tank, bounce house, face painting and more. A firework grand finale will finish off the night with a bang. The event begins at 4:00pm, and will continue through 9:00pm. Admission is free for all.
With great sadness we report the sudden and untimely passing of Avraham Hersh Grauz OBM, a Monsey resident who collapsed on his arrival in Eretz Yisroel.
Seven years ago, Pomona Pizza opened on Route 202 in Rockland County, a pioneer restaurant in an area that had little kosher infostructure. Sadly, they have now decided to close their doors.
Chaplain (Col) Jacob Goldstein, Senior Chaplain at “Ground Zero” for all military branches assigned to the World Trade Center, tells his story of courage and purpose.
On the following day of the horror of September 11th, 2001 a Hatzalah volunteer, who responded to the World Trade Center as the towers collapsed, penned this letter to a family member.
On the 14th anniversary of the terror attacks on September 11th Yeshiva World News released exclusive video that had never been published before, of the moments before and after the collapse of the towers. In the video many Hatzalah volunteers are seen alongside firefighters as the towers were burning.
Amid the chaos and panic following the airliners slamming into the two World Trade Center towers on September 11, 2001, many men and woman answered a higher calling – instead of running away, they turned and ran towards the burning buildings in desperate attempts to rescue those trapped in the burning inferno. Among those brave men was a band of Shomrim volunteers from Crown Heights.
In the days following the horror of September 11th, 2001 a Hatzalah volunteer, who was present at ground zero as the towers collapsed, penned the following memoir of the events of that day.
Rosh Hashana, the head of the Jewish year, is one of the most important days in our calendar. Hear Rabbi Moshe Bryski discuss some of the most fundamental themes of the day.
A group of 50 senior leading European Rabbis have signed a joint letter condemning the leaders of Armenia for using holocaust rhetoric in its campaign against its neighbor, Azerbaijan.
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy has made at least three pilgrimages to upstate New York recently to confer with Orthodox Jewish leaders who head voting blocs critical to swing-district Republicans.
A devastating 6.8-magnitude earthquake struck near Marrakesh, Morocco, at around 11 p.m. on Friday night, killing more than 2,000 and leaving a trail of destruction in its wake. The centuries-old Jewish Quarter in the heart of Marrakesh’s Old City was among the most severely affected areas.
Watch this weeks Shazak Parsha Production, with its spellbinding audiovisual storytelling of the parsha and Shazak style animations.
Learn how a child’s responsibility to care for their parents plays out in the retirement years and beyond. This session addresses a host of practical considerations for the sandwich generation.
Moshe Krakowski is a professor on American Haredi education and culture, focuses on the relationship between communal worldview, identity, and education. He visited many Hasidic boys’ schools for his research, and joined Frieda Vizel of Brooklyn Tour Guide to speak on the recent controversy.
15,000 people packed Madison Square Garden for an energetic and historic concert with Ishay Ribo, Akiva Turgemon, Avraham Fried, and others.
We’re back with another episode of Cross-Examined, where university students explore big Jewish Ideas. Here we discuss the objectivity of good and evil, why faith matters, and what growth in observance may look like.
Eli Rowe is a licensed pilot, a highly experienced paramedic, and the founder and president of Hatzolah Air. He joined the Meaningful People podcast to speak about the organization.