When the Nazis invaded Prague in 1939, they seized Judaica collections from around the region. Their goal: to replace the Jewish Quarter’s residents with the “Museum of the Extinct Race.”
Dvora Lakein | News | Friday, May 20
Does the world really need another book about Women and Judaism? Like the “Mommy Wars”—the subject often makes women enemies of one another.
Chana Silberstein | News | Thursday, May 19
They meet weekly in A320, an unassuming club room at the iconic Fashion Institute of Technology. Students of toy design, fashion, and business, they gather each Tuesday to create something ever more eternal.
Dvora Lakein | News | Tuesday, May 17
The first crisis the young Chabad rabbi encountered when he arrived at the University of Pennsylvania was a suicide. The victim was the son of a faculty member and Rabbi Menachem Schmidt, the campus’ new Chabad representative...
Dvora Lakein | News | Sunday, May 15
During a two-week period several years ago, Matthew Devlin felt hopeless. The 18-year-old came to rest his head one night on a table in a Manhattan Starbucks.
Dvora Lakein | News | Thursday, May 12
The organization, which matches people as study partners, celebrated its 10th anniversary at a gala dinner honoring its volunteers. Those volunteers, who commit to weekly half-hour sessions for at least three months, are the mainstay of this organization.
Dvora Lakein | News | Monday, May 9
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The Jewish community of West Orange, NJ participated in the dedication of Chabad’s new center, June 14. The center is located at 401 Pleasant Valley Way in West Orange.
News | Sunday, June 19
A two-acre property down the block from the University of Central Florida campus will soon see a a three million dollar facility go up. The space, conducive to their growing community of about 6,000 Jewish students, will reflect the vision of Rabbi Chaim and Rivkie Lipskier.
Etti Krinsky | News | Thursday, May 5
The fast growth of Chabad of Buckhurst Hill prompted three moves until most recently, they moved into new premises, a space five times bigger than their previous one.
Staff Writer | News | Tuesday, May 3
For the past 21 years, the Weisses have worked with the South Florida community nearby the university, but struggled trying to establish a Chabad presence on the campus.
Etti Krinsky | News | Sunday, April 17
A second-hand furniture and clothing shop offers affordable goods.
Etti Krinsky | News | Thursday, April 14
From chocolate Seder plates, to four cups of chocolate milk, the students got their chocolate fix through all fifteen steps of the Seder.
Etti Krinsky | News | Tuesday, April 12
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