Rabbi Yosef Alt grew up in Buffalo, New York, and is a Kadimah alumnus.
He attended Ner Israel Yeshiva in Baltimore, spent two years studying at the Mir Yeshiva in Jerusalem, and taught at the Atlanta Scholars Kollel for 4 years
He currently serves as the Rabbi at Golf Manor Synagogue in Cincinnati.
In this week’s Parsha, Noach prepares for a year-long voyage aboard the worlds very first cruise liner, “The Crown
We all felt a sense of relief when ceasefire was declared this past Thursday. For eleven days we were
Parshas Behar begins with the mitzvah of shemittah, the sabbatical year, when the land of Israel is allowed to rest
Pesach is just a mere two weeks away and we can all feel it coming. Every Yom Tov requires
“Please wear a mask” took on a whole new meaning this past Purim. Now, as we read parshas Ki
This Shabbos is the last Shabbos before we celebrate the holiday of Purim. Haman, the villain of the Purim
The entire country has been engrossed in litigation this past week as we follow the impeachment trials. Many questions
The news this week has been constantly covering the many reactions to last Wednesday’s violent riots… an attempt to
After starting a new life as a shepherd of Yisro’s flocks, Moshe notices something unusual. He sees a burning bush