A group of women sing together on stage in a concert performance of ‘Roots,’ in London, UK, circa mid 1970s. Can you identify anyone in the photo?
Daily Archives: November 22, 2016
For 51 weeks a year, being different is a fact of life for ten-year-old Tzali Myers. He is the only Chassidic boy his age in the entire country of Slovakia, where his parents, Rabbi Baruch and Chaya Myers, have been Chabad-Lubavitch emissaries in the country’s capital of Bratislava since 1993.
Here’s the secret recipe that was used to make the Great Boston Challah Bake: Take 1,000 women and 100 table captains. Add 2,000 pounds of flour, assorted ingredients, an inspirational program, and some spirited dancing. Mix all together and let rise.
The annual Chabad Inter-High School Convention is gearing up for another spectacular weekend filled with inspiration, unity, and its impact lasts a lifetime.
Writing for the Wall Street Journal, America’s largest newspaper, Allan Ripp profiles one of Chabad’s Mitzvah Tanks – a synagogue on wheels that provide New Yorkers with blessings—and house calls.
Following the discovery of a note – first published here on CrownHeights.info – written by Rabbi Chaim Mordechai Eizik Hodakov that describes the first day of class in a newly-formed school for girls named Beis Rivkah, the institution learned for the first time that its birthday in on Chof Cheshvan.
JEM’s My Encounter with the Rebbe project released an unedited clip of an interview that they conducted with the late Reb Ben Zion Shenker, OBM, in his home in Brooklyn, in April of 2010.
Rabbi Yitzchok Minkowicz, director of Chabad Lubavitch of Southwest Florida, delivers his insights on this week’s Parsha – Chayei Sarah. This week Rabbi Minkowicz answers the question: How can one live forever?
The Tolerance Center at the Moscow Jewish Museum has been awarded the Madanjit Singh Prize for the promotion of tolerance and non-violence. The award ceremony was held at the UNESCO headquarters in Paris.
With the International Kinus Hashluchim set to open in just 48 hours, months of preparations are all coming together thanks to the hard work of many individuals. Shluchim from around the world will gather for the 5-day conference in Brooklyn, […]