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  • Menachem Stark Was Good Man Who Didn't Deserve To Die — Or Be Smeared

    By Alexander Buxbaum

    Menachem Stark was a good father and a generous man, his brother-in-law writes. The Hasidic developer didn’t deserve to be brutally murdered — or smeared when he cannot respond.Read More


    Menachem Stark's Family Mourns as Police Seek Answers in Hasidic Murder Mystery

    By Forward Staff

    Stunned relatives and friends mourned the death of murdered Hasidic real estate developer Menachem Stark — as police continued to hunt in vain for his killers Monday.Read More


    Questions and Outrage Surround Menachem Stark's Brutal Murder

    By Forward Staff

    Questions continue to swirl around the brutal murder of Menachem Stark. The Hasidic community is up in arms about the depiction of the real estate man in newspaper accounts.Read More


    In Menachem Stark Slay, Where's the Humanity?

    By Eliyahu Federman

    Menachem Stark was kidnapped and brutally murdered. The Hasidic real estate man may have had enemies — but Jewish humor and stereotypes have no place in the tragedy.Read More


    Murdered Hasidic Millionaire Menachem Stark Mourned by Overflow Funeral Crowd

    By Jordan Kutzik

    An overflow crowd of hundreds of Hasidic Jews gathered Saturday night at an emotional Brooklyn funeral for murdered millionaire real estate developer Menachem Stark.Read More


    Plane Registered to Jewish Owner Makes Emergency Landing on New York Highway

    By Reuters

    A small plane owned by a Jewish man made an emergency landing on a busy New York City expressway on Saturday but there were no immediate reports of serious injuries, emergency officials said.Read More


    Kidnapped Hasidic Millionaire's Charred Body Found in Long Island Dumpster

    By Forward Staff

    A charred body found in a Long Island dumpster is that of kidnapped Hasidic millionaire Menachem Stark.Read More


    Hasidic Millionaire Menachem Stark Still Missing After Brooklyn Kidnap

    By Jordan Kutzik

    A frantic search continued in frigid Brooklyn for Hasidic millionaire developer Menachem Stark, who was kidnapped in front of his Williamsburg office hours earlier.Read More


    Ringing in 2014 Across Globe With Fireworks, Fun — and Fruit Mist

    By Reuters

    From Sydney to London to San Francisco, revelers welcomed 2014 with extravagant fireworks displays, giant street parties and, in a new departure, fruit-flavored mist.Read More


    Brooklyn's Torah Animal World Seeks Savior

    By Talia Lavin

    Brooklyn Torah Animal World, an idiosyncratic collection of stuffed animals the New York Post has called “NYC’s weirdest museum,” is set to close due to financial hardship.Read More


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