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In the Media

New York Post

De Blasio pays respects to Charlie Hebdo victims in Paris

January 20, 2015

Palm Beach Daily News, FL

Jewish heroines: Show reveals empowering women of history

January 18, 2015

The Acorn, CA

Synagogue accompanies all on spiritual journey

January 16, 2015

Cape Coral Daily Breeze, FL

Chabad Jewish Center to present series on ‘The Art of Parenting’

January 16, 2015

Long Island Herald, NY

Work on Chabad center moves apace

January 15, 2015

The Jewish Chronicle, UK

Chabad rabbi is hailed

January 15, 2015

South Brunswick Post, NJ

Chabad hosting parenting workshop

January 15, 2015

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Ottawa Government Grant Supports Chabad’s Initiative for Seniors

For its work teaching seniors to navigate the rapidly evolving technological and medical fields, the Jewish Youth...

Staff writer | News | Thursday, January 22

Historic Nevada Cemetery

In 1864, The Eureka Hebrew Society purchased a plot of ground on Cedar Hill, in Virginia City, Nevada, for a cemetery....

Staff Writer | News | Wednesday, January 21

Siberian Rabbi Honored on Province’s 80th Anniversary

The Krasnoyarsk Krai province honored eighty people who “have devoted themselves to the benefit of the...

Staff Writer | News | Wednesday, December 24

Florida Stolen Menorah Replaced with Bigger One

When a nine-foot menorah standing outside the Chabad House in Boca Raton, Florida, was stolen last year, the rabbi...

Staff Writer | News | Wednesday, December 24

Baltimore’s City Hall Unveils Large Menorah

When a Chabad rabbi visiting Baltimore’s city hall last year Chanukah was greeted by a small menorah dwarfed by...

Staff Writer | News | Monday, December 22

Menorah at the Kremlin

At the Kremlin, Aleksander Torshin, Acting Chairman of the Russian Parliament, lit the shamash candle, and congratulated...

Staff Writer | News | Wednesday, December 17

Rabbi Dovid Lau, Israeli Chief Rabbi, kindles memorial lights at mass grave

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