Exactly 29 years ago, on Chof Teves 5752 (1991), a sudden fire broke out at 770. As the firefighters battled the flames in Rabbi Groner’s office, the time for Mincha was approaching • Full Story, Watch
Exactly 29 years ago, on Chof Teves 5752 (1991), a sudden fire broke out at 770. As the firefighters battled the flames in Rabbi Groner’s office, the time for Mincha was approaching.
Student Yossi Malamud, who lived just doors away from 770, rushed over with his handheld video camera to document these chaotic moments.
As the main Shul filled with heavy smoke, Mincha was held in the small Zal. Yossi stood on a table right near the Rebbe’s place, capturing these unique moments on camera.
– Mincha begins about 5 minutes into the video.
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Baby boy to Yermi and Liam (nee Pohlman) Kurkus – Lake Lure, NC
Baby girl to Schneur Zalman and Mouchki (nee Gorodetsky) Abramowitz – Crown Heights
Baby girl to Levi and Chani (nee Spielman) Goldberg – Crown Heights
Baby girl to Shneur Zalman and Mushky Abramowitz – Crown Heights
Shneur Majeski (Crown Heights) to Menucha Carlebach (New Brunswick, NJ)
L’Chaim tonight in JCM downstairs
Benjy Shifrin (Thousand Oaks, CA) to Leah Schlanger (Bakersfield, CA)
L’Chaim Sunday night at Lubavitch Yeshiva
Baby boy to Moishe and Mushky (nee Turk) Weinberger – Crown Heights
Mendel Rosenbluh (Monsey) to Sara Geisinsky – (Great Neck, NY)
L’Chaim tonight 8:00 in the JCM – second floor
Levi Kamensky, a young man from Crown Heights, passed away on Friday night, 10 Cheshvan, 5782. He was 29 years old • Full Story
The Rosenbluh (Monsey) and Geisinsky (Great Neck, NY) families celebrated the L’Chaim of their children Mendel and Sara last night in the JCM. Images captured by photographer Shmulik Reinitz • Photos
The levaya of Levi Kamensky, 29, of blessed memory, passed in front of 770 this afternoon at 12:00 on it way to Old Montefiore Cemetery in Queens • Photos
Uplifting and rousing moments, as well as ‘ordinary’ moments; this week 770 has been full of photogenic scenes, some of which have been captured for posterity through the lens of ChabadInfo.com Dov Ber Hechtman. Enjoy this week’s gallery of the week of Parshas Lech Lecha in Beis Chayenu • Photos