A rabbi rode a motor scooter to chased down a suspected burglar after spotting him outside of a Palm Beach, Florida Chabad house.
Billionaire Stewart Rahr arranged for the donation of 50 ambucycles to Israel’s United Hatzalah, a volunteer emergency medical service.
In a hostile world, where can frightened Jewish children find inspiration to be themselves? In the new Justin Bieber documentary, “Never Say Never,” according to Scott “Scooter” Braun, the 29-year-old manager of the world’s biggest post-adolescent pop star and a protagonist of the film. “There are kids who are picked on and deal with anti-Semitism,” Braun told the Forward’s Michael Kaminer by cellular phone between house-hunting visits in Los Angeles. “For them to watch this film and recognize someone in their culture — that’s why I feel so good about it.” “Never Say Never,” which documents the teen’s rise to fame and serves as a concert film, opened on February 11; Bieber is slated to play his first concert in Israel in April.