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Rabbi Menachem Posner serves as staff editor for Chabad.org. He lives with his family in Montreal, QC.

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Chanukah with Alzheimer's How to celebrate holidays and other events with people with dementia Q&A
What are we to do when someone in our family is suffering from dementia and is no longer able to celebrate the Jewish holidays as he or she once did? How can we make sure that Chanukah remains meaningful and enjoyable, as well as safe, for all the family?
Sixty’s Something: A Group of Rabbis Reunite Each Year at New York Chabad Conference At ‘their’ table, friends from the class of 1974 catch up and relive memories over the course of 40 years News
Most are turning 60 this year and they live on five continents, but the time and distance have not diminished the close connection felt by the Rabbinical College of America’s class of 1974. Every year, they sit together at the Friday-night meal during the...
Upbeat Uptown: Chabad Presence Gets a Boost in Harlem New center is geared to serve City College students and local residents News
When thinking of Jewish neighborhoods in New York, Harlem may not be the first to come to mind. Yet the area is celebrating the opening of its second Chabad center—Chabad of Hamilton Heights—founded this past spring by Rabbi Yehuda and Chani Shmotkin....
Q&A: If ‘Torah Is a Journey,’ Then This California Rabbi Is an Ultimate Tour Guide Rabbi Yehoshua B. Gordon shares some thoughts on teaching the entire Mishneh Torah online News
In the summer of 2009, Rabbi Yehoshua B. Gordon sat down to give a class in the tastefully appointed Chabad center—Chabad of the Valley in Encino, Calif.—that he had founded with his wife, Deborah, in 1973. It was a class like any other, except that there...
The Path to a Family’s Observance and a Grown Man’s ‘Redemption’ Marc (Michoel) Shudnow talks about his Jewish journey and the recent ceremony that will long be remembered News
On a recent Sunday morning, a group of congregants sat talking over lox, bagels and orange juice in an alcove off the sanctuary in Lubavitch Chabad of Skokie, a middle-class suburb of Chicago. The occasion was a pidyon haben—or “redemption of the...
Meet Mr. Handwriting Guy A conversation with Yaakov Rosenthal, Chassidic Jew and leader in teen graphology Story
They call him Mr. Handwriting Guy. Every week, Yaakov Rosenthal makes his rounds to a number of New York High schools, where he sits with students and analyzes their writing—not the content of their words, but the meaning hidden beneath the way they form...
Rabbi Shmuel ‘Moulé’ Azimov, 69, Headed a Jewish Revival in France and Beyond A spiritual guide and teacher, he brought more than 450 emissaries to serve the Jewish population of France News
Rabbi Shmuel Azimov, known throughout the world for his educational influence and for heading a Jewish revival in France and beyond, passed away today at the age of 69. Known simply and belovedly as ‘Moulé’ (MOO-leh), Rabbi Azimov had a profound impact on...
The seventh and eighth days of Passover are celebrated as Yom Tov, holidays, capping the weeklong celebration that begins with the first Seder. In Israel, only the seventh day is celebrated
Undeterred, Milwaukee Teens Find New Site for Holiday Sukkah With none on their high school grounds this year, students find another option—one with more room for all and some extra perks News
When Leigh Bojan entered ninth grade at Nicolet High School in Glendale, Wis., in the fall of 2013, it was a big change from the close-knit Jewish atmosphere she was accustomed to at the nearby Hillel Academy. The transition was softened, however, a few...
Q&A: Meet Rabbi Avraham Meyer Zajac: Master Talmud Teacher With his daily class in California featuring Talmud study with Chassidic insights now online, he hopes to inspire students worldwide News
Chabad.org’s array of video classes on Jewish.tv was recently enriched by the addition of a daily Talmud class given by Rabbi Avraham Meyer Zajac, who co-directs Chabad-Lubavitch SOLA-South La Cienega, Calif., with his wife, Stery. Zajac, who grew up in...
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