In honor of 14 Kislev, the anniversary of the Rebbe and Rebbetzin, a new card game was released for children, focusing on the details and individuals involved in the wedding.
MyShliach’s Chassidus Club released an exciting new music video, sung by Chaim Fogelman, to help kids bring the atmosphere and lessons learned from Chassidus Club with them into their week.
From the Anash.org Inbox: Hadassah Chen, a former resident of Milan, Italy, writes her memories of Rabbi Moshe Shaikevitz, who passed away recently, her visit to the shiva house, and how she only discovered his true greatness after his passing.
The Lubavitcher Kollel in Kiryat Gat hosted the son-in-law of the Slonimer Rebbe for a shiur on Tuesday, following which he expressed his deep admiration for the extensive knowledge of the Lubavitcher yungerleit.
Mr. Sheldon Lisbon, who was born in a DP camp in Germany and went on to become a devoted teacher for over 50 years in Washingston DC and later in Miami, passed away on Thursday, 3 Kislev.
The NCFJE is known for its elegant events, but this year their annual dinner was held virtually, with special boxes delivered to supporters’ houses, and Chairman Rabbi Shea Hecht addressing them via video presentation.
Chabad singer Ephraim Chein released an evocative rendition of the piyyut Keil Mistater sung at Seudah Shlishis, composed by his late grandfather Rabbi Moshe Zvi Dubelsky.
A grand Siyum Sefer Torah will take place on Chof Kislev, celebrating the completion of the Miracle Sefer Torah, featuring singers Mordechai Ben David and Avraham Fried.
The L’Chaim of Mendel Duchman of Crown Heights, and Mushka Gurewitz of Lyon, France took place Monday night at Lubavitch Yeshiva.
Former New York City Mayor David Dinkins, whose time in office was marred by rising crime and his failed response to the Crown Heights riots, died Monday night at 93.
Rabbi Yehuda Krinsky, who served as the Rebbe‘s secretary, and was appointed by the Rebbe as the executor of his estate released a letter on Monday decrying the recent sales of manuscripts, documents and items that belonged to the estate.
The response of Rabbi JJ Hecht when he saw a Camp Emunah camper crying continues to cause waves today, and even inspired the creation of an organization to help kallahs.
The N’shei Oldies Collection: Horrified by a film critic’s description of a ‘funny’ but violent movie, Mrs. Chaya Sarah Silberberg of Detroit, MI, reflects on the harm in turning evil into a cause for laughs.
Stump the Rabbi: Why does my yeshiva look at sports negatively and what is the problem with it? Rabbi Mendy Wolf answers.
Rabbi Levi and Menucha Levertov (nee Raskin) are moving on shlichus to his hometown to start a new division of Chabad in central Austin, the capital city of Texas.
With COVID cases spiking across the globe, people everywhere are searching for a cure. One Lubavitcher in Eretz Yisroel decided to utilize a novel segulah, based on a historic record in a book of Chabad stories.
Watch: Two thousand years after its destruction, the Temple Mount remains the center of the Jewish world. Davening there is an incredible mitzvah, but we need to do it right. Rabbi Mendel Blau gives an overview on the halachic nuances involved.
Realizing that 5 minute meetings with parent don’t do justice, at HaMesivta, the students themselves are invited to come along with their parents to PTA so that they can be encouraged, involved and, when needed, held accountable for their academic progress.
Yediot Achronot, the largest newspaper in Israel, profiled the revitalization of the town of Lubavitch, the capital of Chabad for many decades, the restoration of its many holy sites and the man behind the project.
Watch: Anash.org presents shiurim on this week’s Sichos for Project Likkutei Sichos, taught by Rabbi Fishel Oster and Rabbi Mendel Lipskier.