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Chana Kroll

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Chana Kroll is an alumna of Machon Chana Yeshiva for Women in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. Prior to moving to New York, she studied poetry with Gerald Stern and taught writing, and other subjects, at a boarding school/shelter for runaways and young people whose families were homeless. Today, she is a proud mother living, and sometimes writing, in Israel.
The 2010 Atlantic hurricane season’s 13th named storm, spared Costa Rica, allowing its Jewish residents and tourists – who spent much of the last two weeks eating in thatched-roof huts as part of their annual Sukkot celebrations – to breathe a collective ...
One week after a break-in forced a Tiberias synagogue to delay a long-planned renovation to its centuries-old building, its directors are working overtime to maintain a modicum of services to tourists in one of Israel’s busiest seasons.
In many people's estimation, Rabbi Sacks among them, the Rebbe was healing the world as a whole, and the Jewish People in particular...
One week after Jewish communities around the world recalled the heroism of Queen Esther during Purim holiday celebrations, a Los Angeles dance company debuted a new ballet dedicated to the deeds of biblical women.
Jewish attendees of the annual Spielwarenmesse International Toy Fair were able to read from the Torah in the actual square that hosted rallies during the days of the Third Reich.
Rabbi Shais Taub, a U.S.-based expert on Chasidic thought, delivered lectures throughout Israel this past week in honor of an historic court case.
Chanukah celebrations this year featured thousands of new faces, and a surprising array of unusual menorahs – some edible, others enormous – that graced locations in every time zone.
Near the end of an historic two-day return to his native Hungary, Holocaust survivor and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Elie Wiesel embraced the brother of two individuals mentioned in his semi-autobiographical memoir of life in the concentration camps.
Parents on the lookout for fun and exciting ways to keep the flame of the Festival of Lights alive during the day have found the answer to their prayer in dozens of Chanukah Wonderlands that have popped up across the United States.
Holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel celebrated the 20th anniversary of Chabad-Lubavitch activities in Budapest, his first official trip back to the country from which he and his family were deported more than 60 years ago.
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