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More than 30 states saw Chanukah events at capitol buildings and governors’ mansions
If you were somewhere in the United States this Chanukah, more likely than not the governor of the state you were in hosted a menorah-lighting. In the 46 years since the first public menorah was lit in front of Independence Hall in Philadelphia, the idea ...
One-year-old Rivka Koncepolski, the child of Chabad-Lubavitch emissaries in São Paulo, Brazil, passed away on Jan. 7 after a tragic accident. Her parents, Rabbi Menachem Mendel and Dvora Lea Koncepolski, are Chabad emissaries in São Paolo, where the rabbi...
He was an early proponent of public lightings as mayor of Burlington, Vt.
U.S. Senator and presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders lit a large public menorah at Chabad-Lubavitch of Iowa’s Chanukah celebration on the eighth and final night of Chanukah. Sanders briefly addressed those gathered, recalling his father, who emigrated fro...
Amid rising anti-Semitism, Chabad will reach 8 million Jews through the eight days
From New Zealand and India to Jerusalem and London, as the first lights of Chanukah begin to shine around the world, Chabad-Lubavitch centers are seeing a groundswell of Jewish pride in response to growing anti-Semitism, with record crowds turning out at ...
Aaron’s Culinary Experiences promotes Jewish heritage through cooking and sharing food
For most Americans, Thanksgiving is a time brimming with family, friends and abundance in all things, especially food. But for those who are alone or in need, it can also be a painful and lonely time. That’s why Rabbi Eli Rivkin will be out making the rou...
From hatred to hope, and from loss to resolve
The Jewish year 5779 was replete with consequential events, and Chabad.org/News covered hundreds of them. We shared uplifting moments of humanity at its best and heart-wrenching stories about humanity at its worst. We were there in Pittsburgh, as a commun...
New law gives boost to public Jewish observance in response to growing anti-Semitism
The state of California has taken what lawmakers and religious-rights activists around the nation are calling an enormous step forward in ensuring that Jewish residents are able to practice their faith freely with the governor signing into law a bill that...
Rabbi Yitzi Hurwitz celebrates with family and friends; visits resting place of Rebbe in Queens
Lots of rabbis write weekly columns, blogs and inspirational newsletters, which are typed or even dictated with easy-to-use voice-to-text technology. Only one labors letter by letter, typing his words painstakingly with his eyes. Rabbi Yitzi Hurwitz, desp...
As league begins its 100th season, Jewish Jets fans prepare for the world’s 5780th
As fans of the New York Jets gathered to tailgate before the team kicked off its season in MetLife Stadium, a group of Jewish fans brought a more spiritual take to the festivities. Armed with tefillin and a shofar, Rabbi Eli Goodman of Chabad of the Beach...
As 39th daily study cycle begins, work made more accessible by layman’s publication
For 15 years, he had kept the undertaking to himself. Very few knew of the monumental project that he had spent countless hours perfecting. But as Jews around the world mark the completion of the 38th annual study cycle of Maimionides’ Mishneh Torah, a wo...
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