CKids, in partnership with Yad Menachem, is aiming to provide easy access to a Mezuzah for every Jewish child.
A swastika was found carved into the wall of an elevator inside the State Department’s main headquarters in Washington, DC, on Monday, officials said.
In the age of social media, rumors spread like wildfire that can never be completely extinguished, especially if they were never true in the first place. Let’s be the firefighter, not the arsonist.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention changed course Tuesday on some masking guidelines, recommending that even vaccinated people wear masks indoors in parts of the U.S. where the delta variant is fueling infection surges.
With great sadness we report the passing of Rabbi Sholom Jacobson OBM, a Crown Heights Mashpia who dedicated his life to spreading Chassidus. He passed away on Tuesday, the 18th of Av, 5781.
Following the unprecedented impact the Crown Heights Jewish community had on the recent Democratic Primary Elections, the Crown Heights United group responds to questions submitted by community members.
A kinus is for mechanchim and also a kinus by mechanchim. Mechanchim come to learn but they also come to share and to teach. The program at the 20th Kinus HaMechanchim will feature a number of presentations and discussions among mechanchim. where mechanchim “talk chinuch”.
In the summer of weather warnings and advisories, another one has been announced for Tuesday, July 27th over fine particles affecting the air quality in New York City.
Watching videos of the Rebbe in camp has always been a thing, but thanks to JEM’s Connection Point Program, it’s become an even better and more exciting thing.
Jules Claven lived for decades in close proximity to bears, moose, caribou and sheep in the Alaskan town of Soldotna (population 4,000), but nowhere near a Jewish community. Yet when the rabbi promised Claven that he would do what he could to arrange a kosher burial, he came through.
Iran said on Tuesday its security forces had arrested a network of agents working for Israel and had seized a cache of weapons it said were planned for use during recent unrest sparked by water shortages in the Islamic Republic, state media reported.
A recent revelation brought to light a set of documents from a series of March-April 1906 board election at four Shuls in the shtetl Dokshitsy, one of them was a Lubavitch one.
For the more than 7,000 daily passengers who travel on the Jerusalem-Tel Aviv heavy rail line, Yitzhak Navon Station is the gateway to Jerusalem. On June 8, it hosted an inauguration ceremony for a new synagogue located conveniently in the heart of the station.
Under intense pressure by Jewish communities worldwide, The Chof-K Kosher, which supplies a Kosher Certification to the Ice Cream company, responded to calls to boycott Ben & Jerry’s.
This past Sunday, Oholei Torah’s Yeshivas Kayitz Program, formerly known as Yeshivas Kayitz Kingston, hosted a visiting day where parents, visitors, and Talmidim enjoyed a fun-filled day on the grounds.
More than a month after the collapse of the Champlain Towers South in Surfside, Fla., Estelle Hedaya, 58, has been identified as the 98th and final victim of the tragedy.
Yaldei Shluchei HaRebbe, a division of Merkos L’inyonei Chinuch Suite 302 which supports and assists Shluchim who are raising children with special needs, will be holding their annual BBQ Fundraiser Tuesday in Brooklyn.