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Rabbi Menachem Posner serves as staff editor for Chabad.org.
Something for everyone where a minyan was once hard to come by
Located just across the tracks from the traditionally Jewish Montreal neighborhood of Côte des Neiges, the Town of Mount Royal seems light years away. It features single-family homes, tidy lawns and a quaint shopping district with a distinctly old-world f...
They have been making the summer even warmer with holiday visits to Jewish homes
With Chanukah coinciding with the summer-camp season, a group of three-dozen Australian high school girls have been touring the Outback, holding Chanukah celebrations on the eastern coast of New South Wales, from Narooma (population 2,400) to Wollongong (...
Kehot publication merges insightful commentaries with meaningful translation
The sacred words of Tehillim (Psalms) have always been a primary means by which the tears, hopes, fears and aspirations of the Jewish people ascend to the Heavenly Throne. Indeed, no single book of Scripture has been borrowed from so freely by the archite...
Joining one of the thousands of public menorah-lightings that have transformed Chanukah
MORRIS, Ill.—Located 70 miles southwest from Chicago, Morris is a lovely town with a beautiful downtown, replete with quaint boutiques, a stately post office and an imposing courthouse. With a population of nearly 14,000—not many of them Jewish—it is surr...
Dear Friend, If you grew up in the 1990s, you may share some of my coming-of-age firsts: first time speaking on a cell phone (a brick-like contraption with a long antenna), first email account (remember AOL?), first time purchasing an airline ticket onlin...
The Rushmore State to welcome first permanent rabbi in decades
South Dakota, with a very small Jewish population scattered throughout the state’s vast expanses of windswept prairies, has long held the dubious distinction of being the only state in America without a rabbi. That will soon change, when Rabbi Mendel and ...
A time and a place where emissary kids the world over relish their commonalities
For 51 weeks a year, being different is a fact of life for 10-year-old Tzali Myers. He is the only Chassidic boy his age in Bratislava, Slovakia, where his parents, Rabbi Baruch and Chana Myers, have been Chabad-Lubavitch emissaries since 1993. While ther...
A blessing, a drink, an engagement party—it’s all that and more.
Having lived 64 years as a non-Jew, he packed his last weeks with the richness of Judaism
It had been a long, tiring day of knocking on doors. Big Lake, Alaska, is not Brooklyn, N.Y., and out of thousands of houses, just one or two are home to Jewish people. Yet Rabbi Levi Levertov and Rabbi Yisroel Treitel, participants in the vaunted Roving ...
The procession slowly wended its way to the main synagogue, where the sage was to give his first talk.
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