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Orlando Chabad provides holiday needs to Jewish NBA staff
Back when the coronavirus pandemic began spreading through North America in March, professional sports abruptly ground to a halt. Basketball resumed months later in what is referred to as the “bubble”—a closed-off isolation zone of hotels, arenas and work...
The stories that helped define the year
As nearly every aspect of the world around us was changing in this year of global pandemic, Chabad.org/News worked to provide unique perspectives on the unfolding tragedy and unfathomable loss of life, while at the same time reporting on the outpourings o...
U.S. Commission lauds Kazakhstan government for recognizing Rabbi Levi Yitzchak’s legacy
As the world marked the 76th anniversary of passing [yahrtzeit] of Rabbi Levi Yitzchak Schneerson, representatives of the governments of the United States and the former Soviet republic of Kazakhstan gathered at the rabbi’s resting place to formally desig...
Residents eagerly await a facility within walking distance in Center City
You can walk almost anywhere in Center City, the bustling historic neighborhood in the heart of Philadelphia. But to get to a mikvah from the most walkable neighborhood in one of the most walkable cities in the United States, you’d have to drive at least ...
Friendship Circle program features celebrities the kids can relate to
The three-month-long coronavirus lockdown has been tough on everyone, but perhaps more so for children with special needs and their families. In many cases, the quarantine has meant that they’re isolated from the social structure they’ve come to rely on. ...
Rabbis counsel caution during pandemic, even when following local government guidelines
In a normal year, Chabad-Lubavitch of Eilat, Israel, on the shores of the Red Sea, would host hundreds of children in their synagogue for the reading of the Ten Commandments, in keeping with the call of the Rebbe—Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, of righteous...
Going beyond the letter of the law to protect life
As countries and U.S. states slowly begin to lift restrictions and prepare for a new normal in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, synagogues are showing caution and restraint, focusing on ensuring that they do whatever is necessary to protect human life. ...
Community marks the first anniversary of the horrific synagogue shooting
For thousands of synagogues across America, this Passover will mark the first time in history that their doors are closed for Yizkor. For Chabad of Poway in Southern California, it will be the second time. One year ago as the Torah was being read on Shabb...
States mark the anniversary of the Rebbe’s birth, remember moral values he promoted
As the United States and the world combats the global COVID-19 pandemic, many U.S. states and cities will follow the lead of the President in taking a moment to mark the 118th anniversary of the birth of the Rebbe—Rabbi Menachem M. Schneerson, of righteou...
Recipes with limited resources, tips for those away from their communities, a guide to praying at home
As widespread social-distancing measures have gone into effect in communities around the world with the aiming of slowing the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), Jewish observance, which centers so much on community, will be drastically affected. For ma...
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