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Q&A: Meet the Newest Bearded Chaplain in the U.S. Air Force
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For trainee and therapist Rabbi Levy Pekar, it’s an opportunity to serve
Teen Table-Tennis Star Chooses Shabbat Over Olympics
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Estee Ackerman scores big with those who are inspired by her
Q&A: Tools of the Koshering Trade: Pots, Rocks, Blow Torch
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A Canadian rabbi deconstructs his work making kitchens and all implements in it kosher
Q&A: How to Make Judaism Vibrant on a California College Campus
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Keynote speaker at annual Chabad gala to share his experiences with thousands
Q&A: 35,000 Hospital Visits Later, a Chicago Volunteer’s Continued Dedication
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Unassuming visits to the sick influence lives in unexpected ways
Q&A: At Ease! Pioneering Jewish Army Chaplain Retires After Nearly 40 Years
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Rabbi Jacob Goldstein, the highest-ranking Jewish chaplain for decades, will soldier on
Q&A: Philanthropist Fred Levin Examines ‘What’s Really Important in Life’
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The ingredients of true success and what will work to keep the younger generation of Jews connected
Donal Holway, Official Photographer of Chabad Emissaries, Talks of “Wow” Moment
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Standing on 22nd Street and Sixth Avenue in Manhattan, Donal Holway was consumed with one thought: How could he get every rabbi’s face sharp and in focus?
Military Engineer Infuses Workplace and Home with Jewish Ideals
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Greg Spurlock knows Naomi Zirkind as a woman who stays true to Jewish traditions and values while still being part of their group of military engineers. Her friends from synagogue, however, know her as a quiet and modest figure who inspires others with her wisdom and Jewish insight.
Croatian Professor Deepens Jewish Connections at Mayanot
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It’s hard to imagine that Vukan Marinković went through a good portion of his childhood unaware of his Jewish identity.
Boston University Chemist Builds Bridges to Students
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Binyomin Abrams isn’t your typical university instructor.
Stricken With Lou Gehrig’s, Ottawa Man Fights for Free Education
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Issie Rabinowitz is determined to spend the little time he believes he has left helping strangers, whether they reside in his hometown of Ottawa, Canada, or halfway around the globe in the third-world.
Backer of Jewish Education Won’t Take “No” for an Answer
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Growing up in a community of Polish immigrants in the Bronx, N.Y., 50 years ago, Anita Kaufman was branded a rebel for her unconventional pursuit of a nursing degree.
Children’s Book Rooted in Thousands Years-Old Parable
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Best known as an expert on Judaism’s complex ritual purity laws, a U.S. karate champion and Israel’s first – and for many years, only – American-born prison chaplain, Rabbi Fishel Jacobs doesn’t exactly strike the image of a children’s book author.
''Blood Brothers'' Brought Together by Marrow Donation
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Stricken with leukemia, Yosef Eliezrie’s only hope was a bone marrow transplant. An Israeli yeshiva student, later identified as Moshe Price of Jerusalem, made that gift of life. The two met in person one year after Eliezrie’s ordeal.
To Israeli Chess Champion, We're All Pawns
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Dov Zaltz, a one-time Master, leads the chess program for schools in Kiryat Motzkin, Israel. The Chabad-Lubavitch Chasid says that the game contains profound lessons in life.
Ex-NFL Player Goes From Shoulder Pads to Prayer Shawl
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Before he was known as Shlomo, Alan Veingrad was an offensive lineman for the Green Bay Packers and the Dallas Cowboys. He made it to the Super Bowl in 1993 before he traded in his helmet for a yarmulke.
Los Angeles Educator Has Koshered Kitchen Seven Times
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Jackie Stern, a principal at a Chabad-Lubavitch school in Los Angeles, has gone from hippie to feminist to a five-time bride without ever divorcing her husband.
Singing Rabbi Presents Chasidic Thought to the Masses
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Rabbi Yair Kalev has been unique leading Tanya classes since the mid-1980s.
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