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25 years ago, Chabad.org was launched at the site of Amazon’s new headquarters
The social responsibility of massively successful high-tech companies was again thrown into high relief last week when Amazon announced that Long Island City—a working-class neighborhood in Queens, N.Y., that has been home to the largest public-housing de...
Four-part series tackles questions that have perplexed humanity from the beginning of time
Online learning has been a rapidly expanding and ever-changing dynamic that began almost as soon as the Internet was born. Video streaming, online discussion rooms and responsive quiz forms have helped educators bring university-level learning to students...
Storytelling has long held a special place in the world of Chassidism. Some of the deepest, most personal and touching lessons can only be couched in the unassuming and amusing wrapper of a tale. Rabbi Yossy Gordon, executive vice president of the Chabad ...
Perhaps no Jewish holiday is more joyous than Sukkot, when Jews of all backgrounds spend time in sukkahs (mobile or stationary), and shake the lulav and etrog as a sign of Jewish unity. These holidays are often accompanied by various laws and rituals that...
While Jews around the world prepare to dip apples in honey on Rosh Hashanah Chabad.org has an apple of its own for people around the world to enjoy before the holiday. For the very first time, Jewish.tv—Chabad.org’s premier video site—can be accessed and ...
“Hayom,” one of the latest in a suite of apps by Chabad.org, is the perfect companion for time-conscious users.
The sun is bright, the leaves are green, the pavement is radiating heat, and the New York summer feels like it is here to stay. But the film crew at Jewish.tv has been up and down the Eastern seaboard, shooting for what promises to be a blockbuster fall s...
It’s summer, a time when people are on the road for one reason or another, and often away from home for Shabbat. Whether it’s on vacation, going to see the kids at camp or visiting family, knowing the shifting times for Shabbat candle-lighting can be tric...
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