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Hoarders Extraordinaire

Rhona Lewis

What do we do when we need to fill up the pantry? We go to the supermarket, of course. Have you ever wondered what animals, birds, and insects do when they need to stock up? Where exactly do they go shopping and where do they keep their food stocks? Join us for a fascinating look at the ways in which animals, birds, and insects store food.

 

Zaidy Zakon

Rabbi Nachman and Miriam Zakon

Iyar is a really exciting month in Eretz Yisrael. Hop into my jeep and let’s drive around the streets of Yerushalayim to see what’s happening!

 

Baseball Blues

Bracha Rosman

Rabbi Frankel opened his roll book and uncapped his pen. “Heshy Braun.” “Hmmm, I mean here.” “Motty Gluck.” “Yes, Rebbe.” Rabbi Frankel smiled. “I’m taking attendance now.” “Oh,” Motty said. “Here.” “Yitzchak Gross.” “Here,” Yitzi said unenthusiastically. “Tzvi Haufman … Tzvi Haufman,” Rabbi Frankel repeated. Tzvi tore his gaze from the window. “Here.”



 
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