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Amid rising antisemitism, enrollment in day school and supplementary Jewish education on the rise
Last September, Erez, a Jewish father living in San Francisco, took his son to his first day at a highly-praised, self-described “holistic” secular private school in the Bay Area. This September, he plans to drive straight past that school and bring his s...
How a savvy social-media type app helps Jews observe an age-old commandment
For decades, technology companies have been thinking up the best ways to drive user engagement on their platforms. Tech giants have notoriously leveraged various psychological and social hacks to keep people using their applications. Recently, a specific ...
A Caribbean rabbi’s detour leads to unlikely Jewish connections in Guyana
When Rabbi Avromy Super couldn’t find a direct flight home to St. Lucia last October, he was disappointed. The rabbi, who established Chabad-Lubavitch of St. Lucia with his wife, Sternie, in 2019, usually didn’t have trouble finding nonstop flights to his...
After long history of discrimination against Jews, new name highlights progression
When Rabbi Moishe Meir and Penina Lipszyc moved to Fort Lauderdale in 1990 to establish a Chabad center, they were told not to waste their time. The upper-crust coastal city was notoriously inhospitable to Jews and the couple would be better served direct...
Blending the new normal of war with the surreal in Israel
On the evening of Oct. 6, 2023, as the globe blissfully rotated, an 8,000-lb. Iskander missile tore through the Kharkiv skyline and slammed into the city center, devastating everything within its range. The explosion shattered the windows in nearly every ...
Marking 74 years since the Rebbe accepted leadership with Torah study
On a cold winter's day in February 1990, thousands packed into the synagogue at 770 Eastern Parkway in Brooklyn, N.Y., the headquarters of the Chabad-Lubavitch movement. They were all there for the same reason: to join the Rebbe, Rabbi Menachem M. Schneer...
600 converge on Crown Heights for weekend of inspiration
By the time Matt Ford arrived in Austin, Texas, his life had taken enough turns to be likened to a roller coaster. Ford, who was unaware of any other Jewish families living in his hometown of Waukesha, Wis., describes his upbringing as “extremely secular”...
Rabbi Dovid and Devorah Pinson and family establish Jewish community in Canada’s first national park
The town of Banff, Alberta, sits in a tight pocket surrounded by the jagged snow-streaked mountains of the Canadian Rockies. It’s a dazzling place—the type where every scene seems to belong on a postcard and pictures taken on your phone don’t need any fil...
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