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Levi Stein, a Detroit native, is the assignment editor of Chabad.org News. Recently married, he lives in Brooklyn, N.Y.
German Education Minister Annette Schavan invited Wurttemberg Chief Rabbi Schneur Trebnik to join her delegation on a trip to Israel, where she received an honorary doctorate from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
The Chabad-Lubavitch Jewish Center in Glastonbury, Conn., which has for years run some programs for Jewish students 15 mile away at Wesleyan University, announced an expansion of its activities at the Middletown campus.
Mosab Hassan Yousef, the 33-year-old son of one of the Hamas terror organization’s leaders and a former Israeli spy, told a largely Jewish audience in Montreal that he informed on his family and associates in order to protect his own people.
Like the rest of her graduating class at Vacaville High School, valedictorian Carolyn Fine is preparing for the big day this week. But because commencement exercise falls out during the Jewish holiday of Shavuot, the 18-year-old is getting ready a bit dif...
More than 125 members of the Jewish community in Wilmington, N.C., celebrated a historic occasion: the completion of what is believed to be the first-ever Torah scroll dedicated in the southern city.
Chabad of Argentina Relief Appeal, which supports the Ieladeinu orphanage in Buenos Aires, came in first place in the second round of the latest Chase Community Giving online competition. Six other Chabad-Lubavitch affiliated organizations placed in the T...
Festive music trumpeted from a parade of Jewish-themed motor homes greeted New Yorkers heading out to lunch today, with 61 “Mitzvah Mobiles” encouraging crowds along a route between Brooklyn and Manhattan to bring more goodness into the world.
Long Island’s picturesque Glen Cove Mansion saw 70 members of the Dix Hills, N.Y., Jewish community unite for a dream weekend together.
Belgrade’s Continental Hotel was a bustle of activity this week as more than 150 members of Serbia’s Jewish community came out to celebrate a three-year-old boy’s first haircut.
One year into providing local Jews with everything from Torah classes, home-cooked meals and prayer services, young Rabbi Yanky and Chanshy Majesky’s wanderings have apparently come to an end.
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