Don’t know whether to say the “Av Harachamim” prayer before Shavuot? Wondering about the obscure fast of the Eighth of Sivan? Hedging your bets as to which Christmas to observe as “Nittel” and refrain from Torah study — Eastern Orthodox or December 25? How about the Mayan apocalypse? If any of these are a major concern, the calendar “Luach Davar B’Ito” (“Each Thing in its Proper Time”) of Mordechai Genut is the place to look.
The death of Yosef Shalom Elyashiv papered over a deep undercurrent of dissent. Animosity and infighting between the two groups has spilled into the public sphere with pamphlets.