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Chabad-Lubavitch centers across the United States are planning a plethora of events commemorating the 10-year anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon that claimed the lives of more than 3,000 people.
The first time Susan Biondi stepped foot in Aishel House, the Houston-based organization founded by Rabbi Eliezer and Rochel Lazaroff to service families in need at nearby Texas Medical Center, she was, in her own words, “blown away.”
For Texas A&M University graduate student Kate Putnam, the Rohr Chabad-Lubavitch Jewish Student Center has truly been a home away from home.
As so often happened when the Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, of righteous memory, addressed a “problem,” he advised that the particular challenge of summer vacation offered a unique opportunity.
Believing that modern technology can be harnessed to create an atmosphere imbedded with holiness and beneficent human values, Chabad-Lubavitch schools, aided by the Judaism website Chabad.org, are working diligently to ensure that cyberspace continues to ...
Three years ago, Chabad-Lubavitch Rabbi Berel Zaklikofsky was driving across Interstate 10 from Palm Springs, Calif., to Brooklyn, N.Y., when he stumbled upon Goodyear, Ariz., a fast-growing, sun-drenched community 20 minutes west of Phoenix in the state’...
With a team hard at work for nearly two years on the project, the central educational office of Chabad-Lubavitch is about to launch a new educational computer software program that, according to Rabbi Nochem Kaplan, could well transform the face of the Je...
When Paula Shoyer, the Chevy Chase, Md., pastry chef and cookbook author was invited to conduct a cooking demonstration for a group of enthusiastic foodies at a Brooklyn, N.Y., Jewish center, she never expected to be standing in the very kitchen where as ...
Honolulu’s Camp Gan Israel – or Gan Izzy as it’s affectionately known among participants and alumni – has just begun its eighth season. In business every couple of years or so, this year’s session features a whole new slate of exciting activities for Jewi...
Vashti Aguilar, a 19-year-old Case Western Reserve sophomore, had never been particularly observant, but she was always curious about her Judaism.
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