An Evening With The Rebbe For Chabad Houses

The day of Yud Shevat marks an important and historic milestone for world Jewry and beyond. It is the day that began the process of making Shluchim and Chabad houses synonymous with Judaism in this era. Merkos 302 has joined with JEM to make available to shluchim: “Precious Souls” – an interactive video presentation to feature in honor of this Yud Shevat.

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Picture of the Day

In honor of the Shloshim of Rabbi Yerachmiel Stillman, one of the first shluchim in California in 1969 taking place this Shabbos, Rabbi Chaim Dalfin shared photos from his archive of a pilpul said by Rabbi Stillman in 1962. The pilpul was said in Lubavitcher Yeshiva in Newark on the Tractate Yevomus, and was written down by a friend.

Scouted by the Major Leagues, Nevada Teen Won’t Play on Shabbat

For decades, Jewish baseball fans have looked to Sandy Koufax as a role model for refusing to pitch in game one of the 1965 World Series because it fell on Yom Kippur. While that stood out as an example for Jews everywhere, one Nevada teen is hoping to take it a step further and become the first Shabbat-observant, kosher-food-eating professional baseball player.

Turning Lament to Laughter

Two state-of-the-art playgrounds are opening at neighboring Chabad centers in Coral Springs and Parkland, Florida, each dedicated to one of the seventeen victims of the 2018 Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland.

Obituary: Rabbi Shalom Povarsky, 85, Renowned Talmudic Scholar and Teacher

A world-class Talmudist with an encyclopedic knowledge of the Talmud and its commentaries, Rabbi Shalom Povarsky—a beloved teacher, known for his warmth, charm and loving smile— passed away on Shabbat, Dec. 26, after a brief battle with the coronavirus. He was 85 years old.

Like Father, Like Son: Becoming South America’s Southernmost Full-Time Rabbi

Rabbi Shmuel and Shterni Freedman, married in 2019, have moved to Bahía Blanca, Argentina to become the shluchim for this small Jewish community.