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The Art Studio of the 5 towns in Lawrence, NY
You can google Teichman Fine art
There must be others as well
TY! But I don’t know that I’m back…I was hoping that some specific people would care about mechillos before the Yomim Noraim…and certainly I could use A LOT help to be able to be mochel such a horrible experience…esp. during this season…
“As far as women go, in the more Modern Orthodox shuls, women usually do attend…”
Rabbi Yisroel Reisman’s rebbetzin and “fellow” ladies have been joining the late night slichos for years now…and yes,they are chareidi.September 13, 2012 2:54 am at 2:54 am in reply to: VASKIN MINYAN ROSH HASSNAH & YOM KIPPOR – FLATBUSH #896473
vasikin on the ground level of R Katz’s shul on E 24 between Ave O & Kings Highway
Shein, in theory you are 100% correct.
However, I wish I could, but I cannot, especially when there are several posters who did unbelievable avlos here and never asked for mechila.
I would use my regular sn, however, my password was revoked awhile back and was reinstated almost immediately with a new one and have no idea what that may be, as I could not bring myself to write here for a looong time…
I tried to contribute here as best as I could, but I got kicked over and over.
It’s almost Rosh Hashana, and still there’s no apology from them (I’m not planning on naming names)or the insight for what the repercussions were…
I’ve been requested to write an “Ask the Rabbi” type column online, but with my experience here online, how can I???
For any newbies, plz don’t ask to what I’m referring, TIA.
Only gluten-free oat would enable a hamotzi bracha. (There is a minority opinion that oat is not one of the 5 grains requiring hamotzi.)If O/j or a/j is added, that would be a mezonos. Rice is mezonos. Many you mention are haadomo, some shehakol. Not sure why you feel most of your list is mezonos.
Sept 2, and the officer plans to attend 🙂
That’s someone’s REAL number in Gilbertville, MA in Worcester County. Not a good idea to publish IMHO.
Are you the stalker? 🙂
“Laundry is purely gashmius”
Part of Yiddishkeit is taking the gashmius and making it ruchniyus. So we make a bracha on food and have in mind to have strength to do more mitzvos.
One can think of doing internal laundry at this auspicious time, getting rid of our dirt, before the Elul rush…August 1, 2012 12:20 am at 12:20 am in reply to: Correction about Halacha of listening to music during meal #889271
(siman 126:3 in kitzur sh”a)
Rabbi Avrohom Blumenkranz a”h taught that listening to music during a meal is assur, except for a seudas mitzva.
It is one of the things implemented zecher l’churban, along with a kalla not wearing jewelry during the chuppa.
There are 4 short se’ifim for more customs held in memory of the churban.
There’s more info in the shulchan aruch.
great topic, WIY, looking for more positive ways to communicate w/o coming off as a superior know-it-all…and w/ great responses
(copied)August 1st – Schedule SIYUM INFORMATION . JUST AN IDEA..
5:40pm – Penn Statioin
6:10pm – Get on any NJ transit train from Penn Station to Secaucus
6:20pm (approx) transfer at Secaucus for direct shuttle to Metlife
6:25pm – Arrive at Metlife Stadium
7:00pm – Siyum Hashas
10:00pm – Maariv
Shuttle service will run after the event also.
11:00pm – arrive back at Penn Station NYC
Price: $4.50 one way for 1 adult from Penn Station to Metlife, can purchase
Approx travel time: less then half an hour
More detailed info about train service from secaucus to Metlife
The new rail system connects the northeast corridor to the Frank R. Lautenberg train station in Secaucus, N.J., which allows fans from the region to quickly and efficiently reach MetLife Stadium. The rail station at the Sports Complex is located next to MetLife Stadium and the travel time between the Secaucus Junction train station and the Sports Complex station is approximately 10 minutes. The round-trip fare from Secaucus to the Sports Complex is $4.50. Rail service commences three (3) hours prior to the event and ends two (2) hours after the event. For more information, please visit NJTransit.com.
Rav Avraham Elyashiv
(Rashi Bamidbar 25:14)
Shafat was the nasi of the entire shevet Shimon, kol nasi bahem (Bamidbar 13:3&5).