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Hebrew school is in the barn, and there’s a rustic kosher market amid wildflowers
Coming down Blue Hill Road in the Hudson River Valley, Rabbi Zalman Sandhaus says it’s easy to ignore an unassuming residential area amid the surrounding emerald landscape. “When you drive by, you cannot tell what’s going on behind—it just looks like a ho...
Jerusalem native inspired many in Buffalo, N.Y. area
Rabbi Motti Kopman dedicated his life to two things—spreading joy and helping others, say his family and many friends. In fact, the young rabbi’s reputation for being ready to serve anyone at a moment’s notice was so widespread that he would often receive...
2,000 backpackers in Nepal and thousands more worldwide to attend Chabad seders
When 20-year-old rabbinical students Mendel Kastel and Mendel Lipskier arrived in Kathmandu, Nepal, on very short notice in April 1989, they knew they had their work cut out for them. But they were ready. Preparing a large, communal Passover Seder is logi...
JERUSALEM—It’s still early Friday morning, but Agripas Street is already wide awake. Those staying in town for Shabbat are rushing to the historic Machane Yehuda market (also known as the shuk) to buy food, challah, wine and other staples for the day of r...
TechTribe events to bring Jewish spirituality and networking to festival that begins March 9
Amid a busy schedule covering the 2018 South by Southwest (SXSW) tech, music and film festival for New York’s TechCrunch website, writer Fitz Tepper will be taking a relaxing Shabbat break mid-conference, thanks to an organization called Tech Tribe and it...
Rabbi Yitzchok Moully brings spiritual and emotional depth to a new exhibit
Yitzchok Moully was in the middle of what had been a normal day at work when, he said, he “received an email . . . a heavy email”—one that provokes reaction, that makes your stomach drop and clouds your head. “I said to myself, I can’t just hit delete. I ...
Rabbi bonds with the few Jewish residents at a nursing home in Plymouth, Mass.
Jacob Chartoff was born and raised in Boston. As a young man, he attended Harvard University enrolled in the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps, graduating with a degree in English literature. He chuckled when recalling that annual tuition back then was a w...
Having taken part in the very first parade, he continues the tradition in Canada
On May 3, 1953, Yosef Minkowitz, all of 5 years old, marched in the first Lag BaOmer children’s parade in New York City. He and another 200 or so students from Jewish schools started in the back courtyard of Chabad-Lubavitch headquarters at 770 Eastern Pa...
Chabad hosts more than 80 high-tech high-schoolers at international meet
Robots, once the domain of science fiction, are everywhere. They’ve been designed to replace lost limbs, help people walk, and assist in a myriad of professional and personal tasks. But no matter how many issues technology mitigates, some jobs are still m...
Aircraft carrier one of many holiday sites for Jewish military personnel stationed worldwide
The cleaning, cooking, getting rid of all chametz, setting the table, organizing the seder . . . If you think it’s hard preparing for Passover, try doing it 500 nautical miles away from shore on an aircraft carrier. Lt. Nicholas Fritzhand is up to the tas...
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