What do a Skverer chassid and an Amish farmer have in common besides their mode of dress?
Rav Chaim Malinowitz packed in so much that his story defies easy description Fearless and original? Mainstream and down-to-earth? Broad-minded and maamin? These just brush the surface of a wide-ranging life suddenly cut short last month
A Holocaust survivor, an opera singer, and a rebbe’s brachah all come together on Tania Friedlander’s unique journey
The many-splendored Bostoner Rebbe ztz”l was a rebbe who served as a lantern for his flock and every straying sheep. Ten years on, the flame still glows
He was a close confidant of the Chazon Ish and a faithful shaliach of gedolei Yisrael, but Reb Nochum Yoel Halpern’s children remember something else: a man who ran from honor even as it pursued him
How the Belzer Rebbe pulled Dudi Kalish back from the brink