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Rosen, Kayla

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Chabad-Lubavitch center opens in Massachusetts coastal hideaway
Martha’s Vineyard is, without a doubt, beautiful. There are majestic cliffs, white beaches and painted wooden homes with neat picket fences. Look out beyond the beach grass and sand, and you’ll see fishing boats bobbing in the blue sea. It is also undenia...
Kentucky center was a regional hub for acts of kindness
Members of the Jewish community of Louisville, Ky., are still in shock as they mourn the loss of their synagogue and community center, which was destroyed in a devastating fire on Saturday afternoon, April 23, even as they immediately begin a plan to rebu...
Rabbi Shais Taub’s valuable new spiritual resource for the recovering alcoholic and addict
For Jews around the world, Passover often comes with the stresses of cooking, cleaning and preparation that begins weeks before the holiday. But for those with a history of alcohol and drug dependency, the holiday comes with its own unique challenges as J...
Miriam Alexandrov of Dnipro continues her work from afar
In a time of unrelenting chaos and fear for the children of Dnipro, who are scattered around the world, an online version of their school back home in Ukraine has become a safe place to connect with friends, have fun and pray for peace together. It repres...
‘It was always the sincere prayers of Jewish children that aroused heaven’s mercy’
Some 5,000 children from 210 Hebrew schools across the United States gathered in their schools and online this week to show their support of Ukrainian Jewry through prayer, charity, and acts of kindness. The children tuned in with their fellow Hebrew scho...
Museum to house Chabad at Auraria Campus programs
The Colorado home of Israel’s first female prime minister will continue to have an impact on the Jewish world. The Golda Meir House Museum in Denver, where Meir lived as a teenager, was rededicated earlier this month to serve as a center of Jewish learnin...
Virtual reality becomes the newest place for Jews to congregate
Wherever there are Jewish people, there are Chabad-Lubavitch emissaries working to teach, guide and uplift them. Even when they are avatars. Welcome to the Metaverse, a collection of digitally based alternate realities developed to bring different aspects...
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