A few months back, Simi Polonsky was posting photos of herself on Instagram dressed in colorful modest-chic outfits — the kind of fashionable clothing that nonetheless adheres to Orthodox Jewish dress standards.
Daily Archives: November 23, 2017
Thanksgiving celebrations are a time-honored tradition in American life. But beyond lavish feasts and a day off from work, Thanksgiving captures one of the core values of America and the foundation for a great country.
Mr. Zemach Mendelow, an attorney at law, practices and teaches mediation in Johannesburg, South Africa, where he was interviewed by JEM’s My Encounter with the Rebbe project in August of 2014.
A Daily News reporter circled among the 4,000+ Chabad Rabbis posing for a group portrait in front of 770 on Sunday, and got a taste of some “Rabbi Humor,”
This video is a recording of a session that was given at this past week’s Kinus Hashluchim by Avi Fishoff, who has spent the last 15 years guiding parents with OTD children.
“Laughter makes us open to other people… If we can get our kids to laugh more, they are going to feel better about every interaction they have with us,” says renowned and veteran educator Mrs. Dena Gorkin, principal of Bnos Chomesh Academy, in the latest installment of her video series on Chinuch.
Bais Chana Institute, which has hosted tens of thousands of women since it first opened in 1971, invites all alumnae from the “early years” – ‘70s and early ‘80s – to attend its festive Reunion 5778. The reunion will convene in Crown Heights on Sunday, 15 Kislev, December 3, 2017, IYH. There will also be a Friday night Oneg Shabbos program on Shabbos Parshas Vayishlach, December 1.
The Chanukah season has begun in Sydney with the first major pre-Chanukah event of the year held yesterday at NSW Parliament.
“Throughout the ups and downs of life, my Shliach, my closest connection to the Rebbe, has always been there for me,” says rapper Nosson Zand. Today, he released this musical tribute to his rabbi, Rabbi Shmuel Posner of the Chabad House of Greater Boston, in the spirit of “Thanksgiving.”