Let us all drink a few L’Chaims this Purim in a hearty Mazel Tov on the following new Purim engagements in our worldwide Jewish community.
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A new initiative to build a brand new Mechitzah in Kakiat Park has finally taken root, which along with other things will – according to some and not to others – make the already Heimishe park more Heimish.
Why would someone bang a kettle? That is the question no one is asking except for you. And the answer is not at all simple.
We all have a great time preparing for Purim, but we apparently keep forgetting the notes we painstakingly write after each year’s hard lessons. To help the masses, we present a compiled list to help you make sure you did not forget anything on your list.
We may not be sure who authored Eishes Chayil, but their wife probably would have written this.
Rockland 2nd Annual National Night Out For Law Enforcement
Rockland Boulders Stadium 1 Palisades Credit Union Park Dr, Pomona, NY 10970
Rockland's 2nd Annual National Night Out will be taking place on Monday, August 12th, at the Rockland Boulders Stadium. The night will feature presentations by Law Enforcement and Fire Departments, including a K-9 presentation, and the use of the Jaws of Life. The evening will also include entertainment such as a dunk tank, bounce house, face painting and more. A firework grand finale will finish off the night with a bang. The event begins at 4:00pm, and will continue through 9:00pm. Admission is free for all.
Bruriah was a gifted and unusually knowledgeable woman in Talmudic times. Pity no one at the time saw fit to record her teachings. Had they done so, we might have had this.
Archeologists are eagerly requesting the public’s help in deciphering an ancient text discovered on the wall of a lavatory unearthed near Old Parksville. The text, believed to be in ancient Hebrew, could bring insight into the workings of ancient lavatories. Yet for the archeologists, the inscription remains baffling.