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Menachem Posner

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Rabbi Menachem Posner serves as staff editor for Chabad.org.
Tradition and Trendiness Coexist in Gentrifying Montreal Neighborhood Remarkable change and a confluence of Jewish communities, old and new News
On the northwestern slope of the iconic mountain that gave Montreal its name, the Borough of Outremont is a mix of stately but crumbling townhouses, converted warehouses, sleek luxury condo buildings, rambling mansions, and bars and boutiques common to an...
From Ghana to San Diego, New Year for Trees Is Marked by Good Deeds Children are the focus of holiday activities around the world News
The holiday of Tu B’Shevat—known as the “New Year for Trees”—marks the very beginning of each year’s new season of agricultural growth. This year, it was heralded by celebrations and activities that demonstrate personal growth and bridge-building in commu...
A Hachnasat Sefer Torah is the celebration that centers around the dedication of new Torah scroll.
Dear Friend, Early Tuesday morning, Twitter went down. Shortly after service was restored, #twitterdown became a trending topic. We’ve grown so accustomed to communicating with anyone, anywhere, anytime, that a temporary outage can feel like a major crisi...
The natives are friendly, so feel free to reach out if you have a question. Really.
Affordable New Option Makes Jewish High School Realistic for Many Families A mix of classroom and online instruction can meet diverse needs News
When Jody and Steve Stein’s son Aaron approached the end of eighth grade at his local Jewish day school, they began to research Jewish high schools. Living in Chandler, Ariz., they were within driving distance of two Jewish elementary schools, but no main...
Q&A: Tools of the Koshering Trade: Pots, Rocks, Blow Torch A Canadian rabbi deconstructs his work making kitchens and all implements in it kosher News
Fourth in a series of articles on the 40th anniversary of the worldwide kosher campaign launched by the Rebbe in 1975. With his flowing gray beard and carefully chosen words, Rabbi Uri Gelman seems like a typical rabbi. But instead of a Talmud or other To...
Q&A: 40 Years Later, Leaders Savor the Details of Kosher Campaign’s History A focus on what Jewish people consume and how it affects their lives News
Second in a series of articles on the 40th anniversary year of the worldwide kosher campaign launched by the Rebbe in 1975. In the summer of 1975, the Lubavitcher Rebbe—Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, of righteous memory—called for a new mitzvah campaign: t...
Rabbi Voted One of Three ‘Favorite Montrealers of 2015’ Chabad Rabbi Ronnie Fine is known for work with recovering addicts, his classes on Jewish texts and more News
When CJAD, Montreal’s premier English-language news talk station, asked listeners to vote for their three favorite Montrealers of 2015, the first two choices came as no surprise: Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre and ice-hockey star P. K. Subban. The third win...
Emissary Kids Flock to Florida for a Winter Break With Their Peers Interacting with children who share similar experiences, challenges and triumphs News
Yehuda Pinson is not your typical 9-year-old. Living in Brussels, Belgium, he is one of the few Jewish males (and among the only children) in the city to openly identify as a Jew, proudly sporting a kippah on his head at all times. As the child of Chabad-...
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