September 24, 2014 | 9:54 am
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Kosha Dillz: Interview about Har Nof Terror Attack - part 3/3
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Kosha Dillz Har Nof terror attack interview part 2/3
Here is PT describing his experience in the Har Nof terror attack at a cafe in Jerusalem.
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Original Song "Shanah Tovah" by Mary Ekler and Cantor Tifani Coyot
This song was written for the Temple Isaiah community for the High Holidays 2013. Thank you Temple Isaiah congregants, staff, and clergy for a wonderful year. We look forward to celebrating with you all year long.
Join us for High Holy Day services and holidays. http://templeisaiah.com/
Vocals: Cantors Tifani Coyot and Lorna Lembeck
Arrangement and Piano: Mary Ekler
Guitar and Bass: Randy Landas, Drums: Jim McCarty
Video and Editing: Cantor Tifani Coyot
September 8, 2014 | 3:38 pm
August 18, 2014 | 1:46 pm
The 'Ignore No More' app allows parents to shut down all the functions of their kid's cellphones until they call their parents back.
So next time your voicemail sounds like this:
"Max! Maxi! This is youh mutha. Caul me baack. If I have to leave anotha message, youh fatha will be furious. This is youh last wahning, Maxi. Okay. Caul me back. Buh-bye."
Teenagers, be warned. You might lose your ability to tweet, instagram, snapchat, Facebook, and play Candy Crush if you don't call your parents back in a timely matter.
August 15, 2014 | 9:56 am
In a Skype interview with Lebanese TV, Hamas spokeswoman Isra Al-Mudallal acknowledged that Hamas soldiers in Gaza confronted foreign journalists depicting Hamas missile launch sites and gave them a choice: report a different story, or leave.“So when they were conducting... read on