July 16, 2013 3:45 am at 3:45 am #610084
Is this still on for this year? I normally see all kinds of advertisements for it, but haven’t seen anything this year. Anyone know what’s up?July 16, 2013 7:01 am at 7:01 am #966189
In Yeshiva of Brooklyn Ocean Pkwy and Ave,L all dayJuly 16, 2013 10:52 am at 10:52 am #966190
main program at yeshiva of brooklyn boys division, corner of L and ocean parkway (1200 ocean parkway)
shachris 8am kinos with explanations at 9am speeches start at 1pm
b)a smaller program at kollel bnei torah 1323 east 32 bet m and kings highway starts at 230 pm
Lishana Haba Biyerushalayim
at L and ocean parkway
8:00 AM SHACHARIS (Please bring your own Siddur & Kinos)
9:00 AM KINOS- with Introduction and Explanation by
1:00 PM RAV SHMUEL YAAKOV KLEIN, Director, Publications / Zechor Yemos Olam, Torah Umesorah
2:00 PM MINCHA *(2nd Mincha Minyan upstairs)
2:45 PM RAV BARUCH RABINOWITZ, Menahel, Mesivta Torah Vodaas
The Flames of Destruction / The Fires of Construction
4:45 PM RAV MOSHE TUVIA LIEFF, Agudas Yisroel Bais Binyamin
5:40 PM RAV SHMUEL DISHON, Menahel, Mosdos Yad Yisroel, Karlin-Stolin
6:35 PM RABBI AVRAHAM REISMAN, Rosh Kolel, Yeshiva Ohr Somayach, Yerushalayim
7:30 PM RAV JONATHAN RIETTI, Director, Teacher Training, Mishkan Yecheskel
*2nd Mincha Minyan upstairs – 7:30 pm
8:15 PM RABBI FISHEL SCHACHTER Magid Shiur, Yeshiva Torah Vodaas
Bridging Av and Elul: Navigating the Crossing
9:05 PM MAARIV, REFRESHMENTS
at Bnei Torah
8:00AM Shacharis and Kinos Explained
1:45PM First Mincha
2:30PM Days Are Coming, There Will Be A Hunger In The World
Rabbi Zecharia Wallerstein, Shlita, Renowned Maggid Shiur
3:45PM A Study of Megilas Eicha and its Applications to Our Times
Rabbi Moshe Usher Reinitz, Shlita, Maggid Shiur, Hakhel, Flatbush
5:45PM The Hidden Hand: Lessons and Teachings From the Holocaust
Including A New Audio-Visual Presentation
Rabbi Yaakov Astor, Editor, Zman Magazine, who has just returned from Poland
7:40PM Second Mincha
Rabbi Simcha Kallus, Shlita, Maggid Shiur, Agudas Yisroel Bais Binyomin
9:10PM MaarivJuly 16, 2013 1:24 pm at 1:24 pm #966191
Agudath Israel of Madison
Corner Ave. S and E 22 St.
1960 E. 7th St.
Agudas Israel Bais
2915 Ave. L
2:45 & 5:00
Agudah of Ave H.
817 Ave. H
727 Ave O
3190 Bedford Ave.
Ocean Parkway Jewish Cntr.
550 Ocean Pkwy
Stretiner Simcha Hall
4609 Bay Pkwy
Yad Yosef Torah Cntr.
1036 Ocean Pkwy
Cong. Ahavas Dovid
924 East 10th
Flatbush Park Jewish Cntr.
6363 Ave U 6:00
Khal Kesser Yisrael
2016 Ave L
2030 Ocean Pkwy
1694 Ocean Ave.
Ohr Naava Womens
2201 E. 23rd St.
Khal Tiferes Avrohom-
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Thank you 🙂 I went to the program at YOB later in the afternoon to hear the shiurim.July 17, 2013 3:33 am at 3:33 am #966193
rebdoniel: After Tish b’Ov:- Did they serve refreshments this year? I was over by the program on Shiva Ossor b’Tamuz, and it was great, but it was simply too hot today to step outside without drinking due to the hear advisory for the North East.July 17, 2013 4:41 am at 4:41 am #966194
Reb Doniel- Which drashos made a big impression?July 17, 2013 5:34 am at 5:34 am #966195
As with years past, there was insufficient cake and soda and bottled water to accommodate everyone, I thought.
I enjoyed R’ Schachter’s drasha the best. Since I think of Tisha b’Av as a day of complete solemnity (for me, I feel closer to HKBH on this day than Rosh haShanah even), his thoughts were very pertinent, I felt.
I would have welcomed the opportunity to be there for Eicha on klaf (R’ Yona Reiss paskens that a bracha is made when this is done; I don’t know if the rabbanim at this event held that way). I didn’t get there until 4ish.July 18, 2013 4:17 am at 4:17 am #966196
Wow! Even the Vilna Gaon who paskins that you make a Bracha on Esther, Shir Hashirim, Rus and Koheles if read from parchment says not to make a Bracha on Eicha.July 18, 2013 4:16 pm at 4:16 pm #966197
Those who do say “al mikra megillah” (the Magen Avraham, OC 490, mentions this) seem to derive it from Sofrim (14:1). The Mishna Berura says like the Gra that our practice is not to say that bracha. Eicha is more like a custom than an actual din (although Eicha is the only megilla, other than Esther, that Sephardim and some Chassidim read publicly). I did hear that the Levush was actually against Eicha on klaf, because he felt that this reflected an attitude of permanence, and instead, we should believe our galut will only be temporary, and there will soon be no need to recite Eicha (Ken yehi ratzon).
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