It Happened At The Dinner Table

It Happened At The Dinner Table

It’s the only state in the U.S. where support for Israel is as official as its state-issued motor-vehicle license plates. In 2014, when entrenched hostility toward the Jewish state inhibited pro-Israel Americans from speaking out, South Carolina dug its wheels in.

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For motorists stuck in traffic, a sukkah mobile sweetens the delay

The site of the illuminated musical mobile Sukkah amidst the standstill brought a smile to frustrated drivers crawling through the traffic.

News | Tuesday, October 10

Chabad of Bakersfield Cuts the Ribbon

After fifteen years of fostering Jewish life in sunny California, Rabbi Shmuly Schlanger and his wife Esther have finally opened the doors to the permanent home of Chabad of Bakersfield.

Nehama Silvers | News | Monday, September 11

Colorado Governor Vows Zero Tolerance for Anti-Semitism

After a recent rash of anti-Semitic attacks in Colorado Springs, Colorado, Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper showed his support for the Jewish community with a visit to Chabad of Colorado Springs.

Staff Writer | News | Tuesday, September 5

Jewish Community of Curitiba, Brazil, Honors IDF Soldiers

Nearly 400 members of the Jewish community of Curitiba, Paraná, in South Brazil packed a lavish hall last Monday evening to commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of the victory of the Six Day War and the launching of the Lubavitcher Rebbe’s tefillin campaign.

Staff Writer | News | Wednesday, August 16

Rabbi Levi Yitzchak Schneerson

The 20th of Av marks the 734d year since the passing of the Rebbe's father, Rabbi Levi Yitzchak Schneerson.

Staff Writer | News | Friday, August 11

Wordsmith: Chayut

Chayut in this sense means a combination of verve, liveliness, spirit, enthusiasm, vigor. Pour all those words into a pot, stir on high until you get chayut, a useful new addition to your vocabulary that is ready to be used immediately in everyday conversation with your local Chasid.

Shmuel Loebenstein | News | Monday, June 5

Rabbi Sholom B. Stambler, of Chabad of Poland on Polish national televsion sharing insights on the holiday of Sukkot, Tuesday, October 10. 

Rabbi Sholom B. Stambler, of Chabad of Poland on Polish national televsion sharing insights on the holiday of Sukkot, Tuesday, October 10.  Go to galleryGo to gallery »

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