Video: Meet the ‘Shabbulb’

It’s Friday night. Want to read? Go right ahead. Want to sleep? Go right ahead. Meet the Shabbulb, a lightbulb that can be turned on and off on Shabbos, the brainchild of inventor Morty Kohn.

New Torah to Honor Slain Dallas Police Officers

When Rosh Hashanah begins at sundown on Sunday, Oct. 2, members of Chabad of South Austin/Young Jewish Professionals will hold their first minyan since last Yom Kippur. Together, they will celebrate not only the start of the Jewish New Year, but the welcoming of a new Sefer Torah.

Peres on the Rebbe’s Legacy

Shimon Peres‘ long relationship with the Lubavitcher Rebbe and the Chabad movement weathered various differences,” said Rabbi Yehuda Krinsky, Chairman of the Chabad-Lubavitch Educational and Social Services divisions. “But he remained a devoted friend and encouraged the work of the Rebbe’s shluchim throughout his life.”

On Shloshim, Campaign to Help Bereaved Family

Avremi Groner, a devoted husband and beloved father of five young children, was diagnosed with an aggressive form of cancer earlier this year. After several months battling the illness, he sadly passed away. Today is his Shloshim, marking a month since his passing and the family has launched a campaign to raise much needed funds.

Need a Shidduch? Devorah Benjamin Will Daven at the Ohel

Elul is the Chodesh Harachamim, the month of mercy, a time when ‘the King is in the field’ and hears our Tefillos with a broad smile. It is also the month of Ani L’dodi V’dodi Li. All of us know someone who needs a Shidduch, and a special time, place and Zechus together can bring that Brocho.