The High Holidays are about taking a cleansing breath and looking within.
It’s getting to be that time – when the Jewish people celebrate the new year on Rosh Hashanah and observe the day of atonement on Yom Kippur. It is known as the High Holidays.
They’re not ones to toot their own horn, but Chabad of the West Side and the Chabad Centers of Manhattan know they are onto to something big this Rosh Hashanah.
There are 4 Masbia Soup Kitchens in Queens and Brooklyn and the need is skyrocketing. Already this year, they have served more than 200,000 meals — that’s 300 percent more than last year.
Happy New Year! Or should we say, L’Shana Tova?
Police Commissioner Ray Kelly says the NYPD’s 12-hour shifts had been pulled and there are fewer checkpoints around the city than over the weekend.
The Jewish New Year began at sunset Wednesday evening. It also marks one of the major holidays of Judaism and the start of the “High Holy Day” period, which ends a week from Saturday.
Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year, is one of the High Holidays on the Jewish calendar, and also one of the most festive. Families gather together to revel in the memories of the year past, […]