By Rabbi Pinchos Lipschutz  |  Wednesday, April 29, 2015
It is hard for us to imagine the way our people were feeling at the middle of the last century. The Holocaust had thankfully ended and survivors were desperately trying to put their lives back together. Mourning, beaten, bloodied and broken, they didn’t know if it would ever be possible to find strength and succor to cope with the challenges facing them, strangers in new lands.
By Rabbi Avrohom Birnbaum  |  Wednesday, April 29, 2015
It happened in a seforim store. A prominent cheder menahel was browsing the aisles, when a young man timidly approached.

“Rabbi K.,” he ventured, “would it be possible to ask you a question?”

“Certainly,” Rabbi K replied.
By Rabbi Yechiel Spero  |  Wednesday, April 29, 2015
As I sit in my house following the terrifying and horrific events transpiring a mere few miles away, I am concerned and worried about our safety. Wild and unruly gangs of hoodlums are wreaking havoc on the streets of downtown Baltimore. They are burning cars and attacking policeman. The governor has declared a state of emergency, calling on the National Guard to help restore order to the streets and the city. As a precaution, all public schools are closed tomorrow.
By C. B. Weinfeld  |  Wednesday, April 29, 2015
This past Sunday, a family of black bears, including a mother and three cubs, were found enjoying the beautiful spring weather in Viola Park, Monsey. Within moments, hundreds of onlookers had gathered to gawk at the bears and take pictures. Police were summoned, as were Chaverim volunteers, to deal with this potentially dangerous threat. Yated spoke to Mr. Margareten of Chaverim to get more details.
By Chavi Gold  |  Wednesday, April 29, 2015
Chani Friedlander stepped out of the school building and a frigid blast nearly knocked her down. Ruefully, she eyed the icy sidewalk. She had not worn boots that morning; it was too uncomfortable to teach wearing them. Now, she regretted that decision. Cautiously, she tried to navigate over the slippery patch in an attempt to reach the gutter. There, a steady flow of traffic had already melted the glazed surface. But, inclination did not lead to realization. She slipped and landed with a hard thud on the icy patch. A sympathetic bystander had to help her get up from the ground. A visit to the orthopedist late that day validated her excruciating pain. X-rays showed two fractures of the shoulder with surgery needed for a displaced bone.
By Shmuel Leeb  |  Wednesday, April 29, 2015
Senator Rand Paul, a candidate for the GOP presidential nomination, met Monday with about Orthodox leaders at the Torah Umesorah office in Brooklyn, to share his views on Middle East policy and other issues of concern to the community.
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