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JewishKids.org Gets a Boost, Goes Mobile, Making an Already Popular Site Even Better
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For kids, parents and teachers, a site that offers educational, entertaining and age-appropriate content
App Works to Spread the Light (and the Contact Info)
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Referring someone to a Chabad House or college-based rabbi with the snap of a smartphone
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Facebook contest offers trip to Israel, IPad, and more
On Your Mark, Get Set, Get Crafting!
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Passover brings a whole new display to holiday tables on Jewish.tv
Tales From Renowned Children's Storyteller Now Online
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Stories from Shmuel Kunda featured on Chabad.org's Kids Zone
New Course on Biblical Women Previews at Convention
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In-depth study from Jewish.tv announced at Chabad Women’s Convention
New Site Offers Unprecedented Access to Teachings of Chabad-Lubavitch Founder
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200th anniversary mini-site launches yearlong commemoration
Becoming a Rabbi at Home Just Got Easier
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Now offering pre-ordination and pulpit rabbi tracks
Online Classes Examine 2012’s Hot-Button Issues From a Torah Perspective
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As Americans tuned in to the final days of both the Republican and Democratic national conventions, another kind of political back and forth engaged Jewish men and women at Chabad-Lubavitch centers around the country.
Rebrand of Weekly Jewish Publication Draws In Readers
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When Yossi Kahan, 22, goes out on Friday afternoons, he takes handfuls of Chabad.org’s weekly print publication with him.
Daily Law Class Represents Major Undertaking for Popular Jewish.TV Instructor
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For more than three years, Rabbi Yehoshua B. Gordon has been teaching the world’s largest daily Torah study class. And he’s not letting up.
Judaism Mega Site Unveils Monumental Rebuild
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Fully immersed in a round of beta-testing that has involved more than 5,000 testers from across the globe and will now be opened to the public at large, Chabad.org’s newly designed site offers a revolutionary new platform.
Online Yeshiva Gains Spanish-Speaking Following
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One evening, Pablo of Montevideo attended a class that looked at a chapter from Maimonides’ massive compilation of Jewish law without ever leaving his house.
Chaplain of Ground Zero Speaks in Advance of Attacks’ Anniversary
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In advance of the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, the so-called “Chaplain of Ground Zero,” Col. Jacob Z. Goldstein spoke of his memories in the aftermath of the collapse of the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center with a crew from Jewish.TV.
Jewish Schools and Websites Promote Internet Safety
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Believing that modern technology can be harnessed to create an atmosphere imbedded with holiness and beneficent human values, Chabad-Lubavitch schools, aided by the Judaism website Chabad.org, are working diligently to ensure that cyberspace continues to be a safe place for their students and teaching staff.
Toronto Television Series Finds Home at Jewish.TV
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The long-running show “Messages,” which produced 182 episodes during its seven years of production, brought the teachings of the Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, of righteous memory, to a late-night audience in Ontario.
New Series of Shorts Tackle Judaism From a How-To Perspective
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Rabbi Nissan Dovid Dubov saw a need, and he’s spent the past three years trying to fill it.
Footage Sparks Memories of Historic Jewish Children’s Parades
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As tens of thousands of children prepare for next week’s Jewish unity parade through the streets of the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn, N.Y., newly released footage of a similar 1984 event captures the energy surrounding observances of the minor holiday known as Lag B’Omer.
Rabbi Devises Program to Ensure Constant Stream of Prayers
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If you’re going to a popular resort town in the middle of the tourist season – a place like Vail, Colo., for instance – you don’t need to look very far for a group of Jews to pray with.
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