“Every flavor God created on the prohibited side, he created one on the permitted side.”
A new library’s priceless collection chronicles the nation’s rich Jewish history.
Jewish institutions adapt, overcome pandemic constraints
For more than two years, a movement in Hasidic Orthodox Judaism known as Chabad has been expanding in Bayonne.
A Victoria synagogue says it has received government approval to restart limited in-person services due to specific religious needs.
Yehoshua Soudakoff says his project, which will see the entire Bible visually acted out, makes Judaism accessible for the deaf and hard of hearing who miss out on communal readings
Beginning last February, Friendship Circle participants from around the country have been meeting and learning martial arts, taught by former Houstonian Darren Meyer, via Zoom.
Iowa City’s Jewish Community of Chabad plans COVID-safe gathering to celebrate Purim.
Jewish women have used a mikvah or ritual bath for generations, but when COVID meant Tasmania’s faithful could not travel interstate for the purifying act —Launceston’s Shluchim couple stepped up.
20 years ago I was an intern at Cosmopolitan, working as the lowest hanging branch on the features desk at the famous women’s magazine.
Chabad’s CTeen Network at Anshei Lubavitch in Fair Lawn will be offering a unique opportunity for Jewish high school students this spring: the chance to earn two private college credits while exploring the tenets of Judaism, no strings attached and no previous Judaic knowledge required.
Rabbi Raleigh Resnick of Chabad of the Tri-Valley in Pleasanton is used to getting calls from local public schools.