New Emissaries to the Granite State

New Emissaries to the Granite State

Rabbi Berel and Rochy Slavaticki, along with their newborn son Mendel, are moving to the town of Durham, home to the University of New Hampshire. UNH, a liberal arts college and public research university, comprises of 15,000 students. 600 of them are Jewish.

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Hot Meals in Cold Snow

Rather than slowing down during this latest snowfall, in which Moscow saw over half of their monthly snowfall come down in one day, Shaarei Tzedek Chessed Center has kicked their activities into high gear. The regular distribution of food packages to the homebound and elderly, have been supplemented with blankets, portable heaters and window sealing kits.

Ashira Weiss | News | Wednesday, February 7

Gearing Up For SuperBowl Sunday With A Kosher Tailgate Party

“Patriots and Eagles fans may find themselves in Vikings territory, but Chabad’s kosher tailgate party will be their Jewish home away from home,”

Frayda Kaplan | News | Friday, February 2

Kosher At NFC Championship

Last night’s NFC Championship in Philadelphia gave Kosher football fans something to chew on. As the Philadelphia Eagles headed off against the Minnesota Vikings in a last game before the Super Bowl.

Staff Writer | News | Monday, January 22

Israel's PM Unveils Memorial at Mumbai Chabad House

The Living Memorial will include the couple’s apartment, where signs of devastation were preserved for posterity. The floor above will showcase exhibits commemorating the entire siege, and all its victims. It will be the only such museum in the country.

Dvora Lakein | News | Thursday, January 18

When Swiping Left Falls Short

What does the world at large have to learn from Chasidic dating? That is the question Evan Beloff and Oscar-winning producer Frederic Bohbot, two young, secular, Jewish filmmakers from Montreal, set out to answer with their documentary “Kosher Love.” In under forty-five minutes, the audience is introduced to a happily-married couple who met through a matchmaker, a Jewish hip-hop artist looking for a lifetime companion, and Yisroel Bernath, who’s been called “The Love Rabbi” by Montreal Gazette.

Chava Lieba Witkes | News | Monday, January 15

Pilgrimage to Historic Landmark in Ukraine

The early 90’s brought the fall of communism and the refurbishing of Judaism’s iconic sites in Eastern Ukraine. One of these is the small town and resting place of Chabad’s founder, Rabbi Shneur Zalman, famously known for authoring “Tanya” and the “Code of Jewish Law."

Mendel Levin | News | Wednesday, January 10

Chabad Conference Concludes With Gala Banquet

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