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The municipality has given the community of Mountain Jews, one of the country's three Jewish communities, approximately 600 square yards for the restaurant, which will be part of a three-story cultural center that the community intends to build on
The motorcade departed from Union Square after the lighting of the Bill Graham Menorah and covered the city from the Embarcadero to the Richmond District to the Mission District.
D dreidels and a Maccabee Zohar Ben-David of Sunnyvale (above left) watches as a dreidel is produced in a 3-D printer at Chabad of Sunnyvale's fifth-night lighting in downtown Mountain View in Dec...The 3-D printing process, or additive manufacturing,
A Jesuit-trained governor, a Latino Assembly speaker and a Jewish state Senate leader celebrate the holiday season. Which one presides over the Capitol's annual menorah lighting? This is not the start of a joke, but a question that reflects a quiet
Sunday, someone broke several of the candles off the menorah that is on display in front of Chabad Lubavitch of Utah, 1760 S...Rabbi Benny Zippel, the center's executive director, suspects "some passing thugs" were responsible. "I find it deplorable
All toys donated will be distributed to children in the hospital, their siblings, and children in need...They can be dropped off at the Chabad, located at 1069 Ringwood Ave., Suite 202 in Haskell , during regular business hours or brought to the same
In a once-in-a-lifetime occurrence, the first day of Hanukkah and Thanksgiving were going to fall on the same day, Rabbi Dovid Holtzberg explained. "We thought it's a perfect time for us to be thanking God ... and to be thinking about other people,"
The fifth day of Hanukkah was celebrated with the lighting of a 22-foot high menorah on Boston Common yesterday with Mayor-elect Martin J. Walsh and several dozen Jewish faithful who turned out in the rain for the event. Walsh said Hanukkah sends us
A speech in Montreal by a Hungarian one-time anti-Semitic extremist will proceed despite attempts to have the invitation rescinded. Csanad Szegedi, 31, a leading figure in Hungary's neo-fascist Jobbik party for a decade who was known for his rabid
IDF soldier Kfir Levi lit the candles together in a special program by Jewish unity organization Korov Levav. Rabbi Kutner explained to Arutz Sheva that the soldier, who was badly wounded in Gaza in 2002, demonstrates the modern epitome of light and