The Hashgocho Protis in the naming of an American football stadium By: D. Trenk On August 1, 2012, the largest celebration of Jewish learning in perhaps more than two thousand years was held in of all places… a football field. Of course, not just in any ordinary sports arena, but in a marvel of a [...]
Our next meet up event is scheduled to take place Friday February 11th from 8:30pm to 11:30pm in Kew Gardens Hills at 141-43 72nd Crescent. There will plenty of food, friends, L’Chaims and short divrei Torah. It will be a great time and if you’re in Kew Gardens Hills, please stop by.
Parenting Teleconference with Rabbi Horowitz – Thursday Night Jan. 20th – “The Art of the Deal – Negotiating Effectively with Your Kids”
PARENTING TELECONFERENCE with Rabbi Horowitz – This Thursday Night Jan. 20th “The Art of the Deal – Negotiating Effectively with Your Kids” Join Rabbi Yakov Horowitz and Rabbi Avraham Mifsud for a 30 minute live telephone parenting conference call titled: The Art of the Deal: Negotiating Effectively with Your Kids When raising children, effective negotiation [...]
We’ve previously had a few Beyond BT Shabbatons and Melava Malkas and those involved got much Chizuk out of it. We would like to schedule a Beyond BT meet up every 2,3 or 4 months. It can be on a Moetzae Shabbos, a Sunday or a Weekday night. We can have it in NYC, Queens, [...]
I once again have the privilege of co-chairing the Achdus Chinese Auction which will be held this year at the New York Hall of Science on Motzei Shabbos, November 10th. Now, most of us that live in Jewish neighborhoods on the east coast are aware that this time of the year is “chinese auction season”. [...]
One of the things I’ve loved about the whole “Beyond Teshuva” experience has been the ability to meet so many of our fellow bloggers and commentors at live events. We have two such events on the horizon: Beyond BT Melava Malka in Eretz Yisroel Mark has already landed in Eretz Yisrael and will be in [...]
This Monday night begins Lag B’Omer, about which Rabbi Yehuda Prero at Torah.Org tells us: Lag B’Omer, the 18th day of Iyar, also corresponds to the date of the death of Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai, one of the great sages from the era of the Mishna. Although the death of a great sage is usually [...]