New Edah Journal online here.
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Rav Steinsaltz on curiousity, Torah study, asking questions, static electricity, etc.
According to some news reports, about 1 of every 10 Israelis will travel tonight to Meron for the traditional Lag BaOmer hilulah of Rabi Shimon Bar Yochai.
The National Library's Instititute for Microfilmed Hebrew Manuscripts has ablog with news and info on interesting findings in Hebrew manuscripts (particularly the Cairo Genizah).
Actual video footage of a Jewish wedding in Munkatch, 1933.
"The principal of a haredi yeshiva recently confided to me that he helped secure funding for the Solomon Schechter school in his community. Why? Because, he said, if his own school were forced to close, the students would end up in other yeshivas, but if the Conservative day school closed, he figured most of the children would attend public schools -- and their Jewish education would be dramatically curtailed."