Alex Lustig, a freshman at California Polytechnic State Institute, had come down with mononucleosis, which left him utterly wiped out. He was in need of rest, care and a little homemade food. Once she heard the news, his mother, who lives 16 hours away in Seattle, did what any Jewish mother would: She called in an order of hot chicken soup for her son.
Daily Archives: January 23, 2017
In a shocking post on their official Facebook page that is reminiscent of a medieval blood libel, the Rockland County Republican Party unleashed a tirade of venomous and outrageous lies against the Hasidic community, alleging that Hasidic women are held captive, abused and denied basic human rights by their male counterparts.
A security guard working in front of a Jewish girls’ school in Crown Heights was menaced with a gun by a man in a vehicle as she was assisting with dismissal. The man shouted anti-Jewish remarks before driving away.
Arctic ice, rising sea levels, and polar bears were the stuff of spirited discussion over bagels and lox Sunday morning at Central Massachusetts Chabad.
Five hundred members of Jewish community of Melbourne held a memorial service on Sunday in memory of 10-year-old Thalia Hakin, who was killed on Friday in a ramming attack in Melbourne.
A powerful weather system swept up the U.S. East Coast on Monday with pounding rain and high winds, potentially snarling travel for millions after tornadoes killed at least 18 people in Georgia and Mississippi over the weekend.
A first-of-its-kind Art Fair and special rallies were held in United Lubavitcher Yeshiva to mark the Hilula of the Alter Rebbe, Chof Daled Teves.
When 125 women gather together, it must be for something worthwhile. On Tuesday, 16th January, a partnership between Chai Cancer Care and Chabad Buckhurst Hill resulted in a Gala Dinner that not only raised money for Chai Cancer Care but also raised awareness of the difference that this charity can make to enable individuals and families suffering with cancer to feel cared for and never simply left alone.
With just two weeks left to Yud Shevat, Bochurim around the world are preparing to spend Yud Shvat at the Rebbe’s Ohel and in Crown Heights, learning this year’s Bosi Legani Ma’amorim, and taking on Hachlotos Tovos.
Chabad singing sensation Nemuel was born and grew up in France. His house was always buzzing with music, specifically with Chabad music, and especially at the Shabbos table. His connection to music started at a very young age, at family events, expanding to French Jewish events, and then it was clear that he was destined for greatness in the realm of music.