Preparing for the New Hampshire primaries next week, the presidential candidates and their volunteers will do almost anything to win the votes of the Granite State’s citizens. They’ll even make house visits.
A Chabad educational center will soon rise in the Highland Lakes neighborhood in unincorporated Northeast Miami-Dade. On Jan. 20, the Miami-Dade Northeast Community Council (Area 2) unanimously approved the project, which has been almost four years in the works. It will[…]
After nine years at 600 Oak Circle, Chabad at UCF co-directors have purchased a two-acre lot near campus that will soon house its new $3 million Campus Center, along with its ever-expanding membership — one that has grown from 80[…]
In the 1964 Presidential election, Republican candidate Barry Goldwater is famously remembered as quoting the Roman orator, Cicero, in the following bold assertion: “I would remind you that extremism in the defense of liberty is no vice!
A group of second graders sit in a circle in a colorful New York city classroom as their teacher leads them in a guided meditation of the Adon Olam prayer. Weaving in Hebrew words from the prayer as she describes[…]
The perpetrator of Friday’s shooting attack at a restaurant on Tel Aviv’s Dizengoff Street – in which two were killed and six wounded – remains at large. In the wake of the tragedy, Chabad Rabbi Yosef Shmuel Gerlitzky, executive director[…]
The Chabad-Lubavitch movement’s robust Internet presence, and its network of emissaries who foster Jewish life in communities ranging from the urban to the remote, are two of the most common elements associated with the Hassidic sect. But at the start[…]
The oldest continuously operating charity in Israel, Colel Chabad, has established this week as an auspicious time to donate to the organization in memory of its founder, the holy Rabbi Schneur Zalman, commonly known as the Alter Rebbe.
Tevye the dairyman was at a loss to explain the whys and wherefores of his Jewish traditions. Not so the digital natives and newly minted college grads who came to celebrate old-fashioned yiddishkeit and its relevance to life made meaningful[…]
When Starbucks on South Ashland’s busy Siskiyou street—just off Southern Oregon University’s campus—chose not to renew its lease last April, students, faculty and local residents were left with one less dig for hanging out and getting a late night caffeine[…]
Today, some 4,000 Jews live Birobidzhan, the Jewish autonomous oblast established by Stalin in Russia’s Far East. During their visit, Mr. Alexander confirmed that construction would soon begin on a mikveh—the first in Birobidzhan.