Watch and hear of the Rebbe's involvement in launching the famed book series.
The viewing of the Rebbe's Lag B'omer parade on Wednesday for Crown Heights schoolchildren and their parents outside 770 was a smashing success.
Just in time for Lag B'omer, the Living Archive is pleased to publish new photos from 4 different collections.
Here's My Story: While I was studying in the Chabad yeshivah in 770 Eastern Parkway, I came down with polio. This was in 1955, the same year that the Jewish doctor, Jonas Salk, introduced the polio vaccine, but it came out too late for me.
With twenty-five years since Gimmel Tammuz approaching, the JEM team has decided to launch 25 new initiatives to be completed by Gimmel Tammuz this year.
We're all over social media with channels in over five different languages.
Each time the Rebbe distributed dollars, individuals were touched and lives were impacted. Presented here are photos of several highlights and encounters from Sunday Dollars of 14 Iyar 1991.
This Wednesday evening, hundreds of children and their parents will join together in front of 770 for a viewing of the Rebbe’s Lag B’omer parade. On Eastern Parkway, at the exact spot where the actual parade took place, schoolchildren from all over Crown Heights will join together to listen, answer questions, and win awesome prizes. A special raffle will be made on a coin minted for the 1990 Lag B’omer parade.
The 13th of Iyar marks the day of the passing of Reb Yisrael Aryeh Leib Schneerson in 1952. He was the youngest of Rabbi Levi Yitzchak and Chana Schneerson's three sons.
Herman Wouk, Pulitzer Prize winner and author of several bestsellers, passed away at 103. Mr. Wouk, an observant Jew, had several interactions with the Rebbe. In 1972, he conveyed President Nixon’s blessings on the occasion of the Rebbe’s seventieth birthday, and his visit to the Rebbe in the winter of 1975 is recorded on video. As well, the Rebbe corresponded with him in writing, taking an active interest in his work.