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Chabad-Lubavitch in the Media

Chabad-Lubavitch in the Media

Stories and reports that have appeared in the media during the past two weeks

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From Bimah to Bandstand
The Jerusalem Post,Tuesday, May 24, 2016
...The inspiration came at an impromptu jam session in Los Angeles a couple of years ago. I’d done a show at Universal Studios for Chabad of the Valley, and the next night I did a few numbers at an intimate Chanukah party at a Starbucks with a friend. We were busking new arrangements of classic songs and kind of free-styled Shalom-Salaam with a more soulful take on the melody.
Largest Annual Women’s Event Celebrates Sisterhood
NJ Jewish Link,Thursday, May 19, 2016
Livingston—Hundreds of women are expected to turn out on Monday, May 23 at the Westminster Hotel for one of the largest annual gatherings for women in Northern New Jersey. The evening will feature great food and wine, awesome raffle prizes and inspiring real-life stories.
Where Those Who Inspire Get Inspiration
The Sequitur,Thursday, May 19, 2016
A little known, yet inspirational event to thousands of Jews is the annual International Conference of Chabad Lubavitch Shluchim. The most recent affair took place this past Sunday in a hotel in New York City. What is this? It’s the happening place on one evening during the year where over 4,000 emissaries of the Lubavitcher Rebbe congregate in a very large hotel in New York to reaffirm their connection to their religious principles and get inspired themselves.
Students conduct seders in far-off places
NJ Jewish News,Wednesday, May 18, 2016
Seventy students from the Rabbinical College of America in Morristown spent Passover as “strangers in a strange land,” in such varied places as Kolkata (formerly Calcutta), the Canary Islands, and Coeur d’Alene in Idaho.
Washington University rabbi gets national honor
Post Dispatch,Wednesday, May 18, 2016
A St. Louis rabbi has garnered national recognition as one of "America's 32 Most Inspiring Rabbis." Rabbi Hershey Novack, the rabbi at the Chabad on Campus center at Washington University, was lauded by Forward, a Jewish-American news publication.
The shining mitzvah
Jewish News - AZ,Wednesday, May 18, 2016
This Passover, an elderly woman joined our seder at Chabad of Anthem. It was her first time. As I welcomed her, she told me that she had never been to a seder before and she was looking forward to celebrating her very first seder. She then explained that during the Second World War, her mother had married a German man here in the U.S. He was extremely abusive and called her mother anti-Semitic slurs. Her parents got divorced when she was just a teenager.
Chabad at ASU aims to go green
Jewish News - AZ,Wednesday, May 18, 2016
Chabad at Arizona State University’s student-led board has set up a GoFundMe campaign page in hopes of raising $7,000 for the organization to go green. Chabad hosts up to 100 students for Shabbat dinners each week – the numbers are lower during midterm or finals weeks – and other events and programs are held at the Chabad house throughout the week, according to Ariel Shemesh, board president.
Bank settles lawsuit over Nazi-themed training video
L&D,Monday, May 16, 2016
After enduring depression and seizures, Jean-Marc Orlando has used part of his settlement money in a discrimination case to donate a new Torah scroll to the synagogue at Chabad of the Rivertowns in New York.
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