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Community marks the first anniversary of the horrific synagogue shooting
For thousands of synagogues across America, this Passover will mark the first time in history that their doors are closed for Yizkor. For Chabad of Poway in Southern California, it will be the second time. One year ago as the Torah was being read on Shabb...
States mark the anniversary of the Rebbe’s birth, remember moral values he promoted
As the United States and the world combats the global COVID-19 pandemic, many U.S. states and cities will follow the lead of the President in taking a moment to mark the 118th anniversary of the birth of the Rebbe—Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, of righteou...
Recipes with limited resources, tips for those away from their communities, a guide to praying at home
As widespread social-distancing measures have gone into effect in communities around the world with the aiming of slowing the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), Jewish observance, which centers so much on community, will be drastically affected. For ma...
‘There was a lot of pain, but a lot of faith, too’
As Nashville, Tenn. residents began to dig out from the rubble of the EF3 tornado that killed at least 24 people, hospitalized more than 150 and wrecked 140 structures, leaving hundreds homeless, Chabad-Lubavitch Rabbi Yitzchok and Esther Tiechtel visited...
Star lineman proudly participates at Jewish events
Star lineman proudly participates at Jewish events
Amid divisive primary, Jewish campaign staffers get together over Friday-night dinner
Amid the frantic final days of campaigning before the all-important Iowa caucuses for the Democratic presidential nomination, hundreds of campaign staffers and journalists covering the race will pause on Friday night for Shabbat and spend a few hours of u...
More than 30 states saw Chanukah events at capitol buildings and governors’ mansions
If you were somewhere in the United States this Chanukah, more likely than not the governor of the state you were in hosted a menorah-lighting. In the 46 years since the first public menorah was lit in front of Independence Hall in Philadelphia, the idea ...
One-year-old Rivka Koncepolski, the child of Chabad-Lubavitch emissaries in São Paulo, Brazil, passed away on Jan. 7 after a tragic accident. Her parents, Rabbi Menachem Mendel and Dvora Lea Koncepolski, are Chabad emissaries in São Paolo, where the rabbi...
He was an early proponent of public lightings as mayor of Burlington, Vt.
U.S. Senator and presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders lit a large public menorah at Chabad-Lubavitch of Iowa’s Chanukah celebration on the eighth and final night of Chanukah. Sanders briefly addressed those gathered, recalling his father, who emigrated fro...
Amid rising anti-Semitism, Chabad will reach 8 million Jews through the eight days
From New Zealand and India to Jerusalem and London, as the first lights of Chanukah begin to shine around the world, Chabad-Lubavitch centers are seeing a groundswell of Jewish pride in response to growing anti-Semitism, with record crowds turning out at ...
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