The St. Louis man accused of making at least eight bomb threats against Jewish community centers and the Anti-Defamation League must remain in jail until his trial, a federal judge in that city ruled.
Daily Archives: March 14, 2017
On Purim day, March 12, some 120 young Jewish adults came together for an evening of food, fun and Purim celebrations, held at the oldest mansion in Sydney – Juniper Hall.
Children with special needs and their families really did have a joyous Purim this year. The Friendship Circle of Brooklyn hosted its annual Purim Party on Sunday morning with over 120 children, siblings and parents in attendance.
Just days after the New York City Department of Health issued a warning to the medical community to be on the lookout for babies who contracted neonatal herpes via metzitzah b’peh, Mayor Bill de Blasio has announced that he intends to reconsider whether or a 2015 deal that removed a requirement for parental consent is working as planned.
Snowed in? Was school or work cancelled? Take advantage of your day off and inspire yourself with meaning: JEM presents two beautiful playlists with hundreds of Rebbe videos, curated from their massive archive.
Despite the rising tide of anti-Semitism in France, the students of Cheder Lubavitch in Paris came to school proudly wearing their creative Purim costumes to participate in an exciting and fun Purim celebration.
Thousands of members of the Jewish community of Moscow came to over 100 Purim events at Chabad institutions all over the Russian capital city, operating under the dedicated leadership of Russia’s Chief Rabbi Berel Lazar.
The much-hyped blizzard of the winter of 2017 didn’t pan out, having passed through New York City dropping a mere 2-4 inch dusting of snow, with a trail of freezing rain in its aftermath.
Campers and friends of Camp Emunah B’nos Yaakov Yehudah had the time of their lives at the camp’s Ice Skate Reunion on Monday.