A group of Beis Rivkah students gather on the staircase for a photo in the mid 1980s. Can you identify those in the photo, and what year it was taken?
Daily Archives: July 7, 2015
New York lawmakers have passed a bill that would require new smoke detectors contain 10-year non-removable batteries.
Chabad of Johannesburg, South Africa, brought the ‘Change Our World For Good’ campaign to Australia, at an event last week in Melbourne. The campaign encourages people to place their change in charity boxes in the shape of a yellow ark and donate it to a good cause of their choice.
Police on Monday were looking for a man who targeted the Orthodox Jewish community in Brooklyn with a paintball gun, in what is suspected to be a hate crime.
Jerry Weintraub, the iconic entertainment promoter and philanthropist who for more than thirty years volunteered his time and professional expertise as producer of Chabad of California’s annual telethon, passed away July 6 in Santa Barbara. He was 77.
In this second installment in a series of articles on the unique lives of Chabad-Lubavitch yeshivah students, Chabad.org writer Mindy Rubinstein examines the daily life Lubavitcher Bochurim who have already graduated from their respective Yeshivahs. A series featuring the lives of female students is in the works as well.
An animal-rights group has filed a lawsuit against New York City and several Jewish institutions, including the central Yeshivas Tomchei Temimim and the NCFJE, in a bid to force them to crack down on the practice of Kapparos by Orthodox Jews on Erev Yom Kippur.
Rabbi Yitzchok Minkowicz, director of Chabad Lubavitch of Southwest Florida, delivers his insights on this week’s Parsha – Pinchas. This week Rabbi Minkowicz answers the question: How can one live a divinely inspired life?