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Chabad School Declares Energy Independence

The Chabad Hebrew Academy of San Diego, CA, led by Rabbi Yosef Fradkin, recently switched over to solar energy for all their electrical needs, and declared “energy independence” at a ribbon-cutting ceremony celebrating the milestone.

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Jewish and Lost in Mormon Country

Four days a week, Rabbi Benny Zippel drives across Utah’s sometimes treacherous terrain, visiting hundreds of Jewish adolescents. They are 10-18 year olds, each facing their own struggle: drug abuse, violent behaviors or eating disorders.

Col. Goldstein: Drown Out Anti-Semite with Gragers

In an open letter to the Crown Heights community, Colonel Jacob Goldstein, who served as chairman of Community Board-9 from 1979 until 2014, is urging community members to attend tonight’s monthly board meeting.

300-Year-Old Megillah to Highlight Maryland Purim

Purim is a holiday commemorating courage and redemption, and what better way to celebrate than by reading a Megillah as steeped in history as the holiday itself. This year, Rabbi Sholom Raichik, director of Chabad of Upper Montgomery County in Gaithersburg, Md., is looking forward to reading the story of Esther from a 300-year-old Spanish Megillah scroll.