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An artistic exploration from Tech Tribe, the Chabad House for high-tech
In the 1960s, the world became captivated by the possibility of landing on the moon. Today, the space race has refocused on a new frontier: Mars. But if, or perhaps when, humans do journey to Mars, what will Jewish life look like? Rabbi Mordechai and Chan...
How a community can celebrate Shabbat together when the table fits only 25
TEL AVIV—Known for its white beaches and tech startups, Tel Aviv is not widely associated with Jewish observance. But Tel Avivians and their visitors do love to socialize. So when Rabbi Eli and Sara Naiditch first arrived from Safed three years ago to ser...
“Healthy Body, Healthy Soul” pedals off in Florida from June 24 to July 1
One year ago, Rabbi Nochum Kurinsky was living the life of a typical Chabad-Lubavitch emissary, running the Chabad House in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., with his wife, Leah, teaching classes and hosting Shabbat meals for the community with his family. At 36, ...
From holy Safed to the polluted Gowanus Canal to a commission in pristine Newfoundland
The spaces that house mikvahs have a plethora of different aesthetics, ranging from the bare bones functionality of a European shtetl to an opulent spa at the Four Seasons. But after spending a summer in Israel in which she visited many ancient and histor...
Mikhail Fridman and Matthew Bronfman draw meaning and inspiration from Judaism
When London’s Chabad of Belgravia decided to host an event with two of the biggest names in Jewish philanthropy, Mikhail Fridman and Matthew Bronfman, one might have guessed the focus would have been on the featured guests’ climb to the financial heights,...
Resort town of Neve Chabad to bring Chassidic life to the Negev
Fourteen young Chabad-Lubavitch families have a dream. It’s not one of fame or fortune, but rather of a place tucked away in Israel’s Southern Negev Desert. Their dream is to bring Chassidic wisdom to life in a place called Neve Chabad. “My husband and I ...
Salt Lake City rabbi also helps addicts’ families and those at risk
The first in a series of articles on how Chabad centers and rabbis are responding to the opioid addiction crisis. There is a storm surging through America, leaving devastation in its wake. But the torrential rain and severe winds are not overtly visible; ...
Gil Hoffman talks Israel, outreach and Jewish life
JERUSALEM—Around the world in 80 days? How about around the U.S. in 50 states? On Nov. 5, Jerusalem Post chief political correspondent Gil Hoffman made history as the first paid lecturer to speak about Israel in all 50 states. Hoffman’s talk in Honolulu o...
Workshops on nutrition, cooking and life skills supplement food distribution
Colel Chabad is helping Israel’s poorest families not only to eat, but to eat well. As the oldest continuous charity in Israel, the organization has for centuries placed a strong emphasis on helping impoverished families put food on the table. Now, throug...
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