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Rabbi Menachem Posner serves as staff editor at Chabad.org, the world’s largest Jewish informational website. He has been writing, researching, and editing for Chabad.org since 2006, when he received his rabbinic degree from Central Yeshiva Tomchei Temimim Lubavitch. He resides in Chicago, Ill., with his family.
Rabbis Mendy Kaminker and Chanoch Kaplan honored
Every year, New Jersey Rep. Josh Gottheimer designates “hometown heroes” whose accomplishments and efforts are recognized in a special ceremony. Gottheimer represents the Garden State’s northernmost congressional district, and in the more than three month...
Hundreds of thousands of attendees join from around the world
Since the immediate effects of the worldwide coronavirus pandemic began curtailing social interactions, Zoom has become the medium of choice for virtual meetings large and small. Yet, even the Zoom staff had never helped put together an event as large as ...
Global gathering features speakers from around the world
Among the many innovative ways that people around the world will be commemorating the 26th anniversary of the passing of the Rebbe—Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, of righteous memory—thousands of people around the world will be congregating on Zoom this Wed...
Served families in Chabad synagogue adjacent to Brooklyn yeshivah
Although the numbers tattooed on to her arm silently spoke of the horrors she had lived through in Auschwitz, Faiga Korenblit, who passed away last month at the age of 96, could not actually be described as a “survivor,” but rather a “thriver.” In the 75 ...
Need increases as effects of social distancing continue to ripple outward
When Chicago went into lockdown as a result of the coronavirus pandemic, Mark, a resident of the middle-class neighborhood of West Rogers Park, said goodbye to cooked food. Living alone below poverty level, the middle-aged Chicago native had always looked...
‘It’s a fun way to bring closure,’ says Chicago-area high school senior Hailey Jakofsky
Eighteen-year-old Hailey Jakofsky says that attending a drive-in theater has always been on her “bucket list.” The problem is that the outdoor theater near her home in Skokie, Ill., had closed in the 1970s, along with most of America’s drive-in theaters, ...
JNet director Rabbi Yehuda Dukes, 38, continues to inspire
The voice of Rabbi Yehuda (Yudi) Dukes is familiar to thousands. A talented Torah reader who knows the entire Torah by heart, he has read the Torah in synagogues from Budapest to Buenos Aires. Gifted with a knack for languages, he regularly regaled people...
His bellwether ‘Mitzvah Bus’ brought Torah to thousands
He could be seen chugging along the bumpy backroads of Upstate New York in an old school bus that had been converted into a makeshift library. Speaking in his Russian- and Yiddish-accented broken English, Yosef Bentzion Raices, who passed away May 9 at th...
PresentMode offers attention to the immediate while being available for urgent calls
Chabad-Lubavitch emissaries are legendary for wearing many hats at once. Embodying that image, Rabbi Yossi Marozov juggles roles that include director of Friendship Circle of Cleveland, congregational rabbi, personal mentor, fundraiser, Torah teacher and ...
Tips on how to read the Ten Commandments at home, inspiration for the holiday, family party packet
Even as the world takes baby steps towards reopening the economy and returning to a semblance of business as usual, it’s clear that many will remain shut in for some time and that many communal institutions, including some synagogues, will remain closed f...
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