For the last six years, the living room in the small, Morgantown, W. Va., home of Rabbi Zalman Gurevitz and his wife, Hindy, has been packed with up to 35 guests each Friday night.
Daily Archives: December 11, 2013
Chabad of Puerto Rico on Tuesday laid the cornerstone for its new Jewish Center in the San Juan metropolitan area’s Isla Verde tourism zone.
A new song on singer Lipa Schmeltzer’s latest album has listeners wondering if perhaps this time the colorful singer has taken things a step too far as he takes on an unusual topic: beards.
On Sunday, Hey Teves, the Talmidim of Cheder Menachem in Los Angeles, California were privileged to view the original copy of the first known existing letter written by the Rebbe to the Rogatchover Gaon in 1925. It is printed in Igros Kodesh, Chelek 21.
Every year on Hei Teves, the women of N’shei Chabad of Montreal organize a beautiful event, where ladies come together and celebrate Seforim.
The latest vehicle to be victimized by the wheel thieves operating with impunity and devastating car owners all over Crown Heights, was a BMW sedan parked on Brooklyn Ave. between President and Carroll Streets.
Rabbi Yitzchok Minkowicz, director of Chabad Lubavitch of Southwest Florida, delivers his insights on this week’s Parsha – Vayechi. This week Rabbi Minkowicz answers the question: What can one do if he/she is experiencing low self esteem?
A doctor who developed the measles vaccine recently urged members of ultra-Orthodox Jewish communities to vaccinate their children, noting that those communities who refused the 50-year-old vaccine were linked to a third of US measles cases last year.
Every morning before the sun rises over South Florida, several members of Anash come together at the Beis Menachem Shul in Miami Beach for a Shiur on the Alter Rebbe’s Torah Ohr.