Tickets

Thank you for your interest in tickets to High Holy Day services at Romemu.

We are currently offering a limited number of reserve waitlist tickets for purchase for Kol Nidre and Yom Kippur services. 

 

Please note that these reserved waitlist tickets do not guarantee seats or space in our main sanctuary, especially during our busiest periods. However, seats and space will be available in the 5th floor loft, where services will be live-streamed from the sanctuary – ensuring that everyone will be able to daven and pray with our clergy, our musicians, and the Romemu community. When space becomes available in the sanctuary, ushers will be escorting people from the 5th floor loft down to the service. 

If you have any questions, please feel free to call our office at (212) 580-4294. 

What to do when you and your BFF Atttend are at the same university.

In the last 12 years, you and your best friend have been through the braces, your first beer and your knuckles are kissing the boys half of your height …

Not surprisingly, one night, by ordering chicken and broccoli in a Chinese restaurant, your friend’s father asks you two if you’re \”lesbian lipstick.\”

You’re 15, and the word of a lesbian is a stranger’s size H, (Heidi-MTV link) to your breast implants …

He says he knows you two are best friends and all, but in the end, if you’re in love with each other, he just wants to know what you’re gonna do and make it his grandfather …

You twist your eyes, laugh and answer. \” NO! NO! WE PROSTO BFFAEEEA x 1000!!! \”.

Now it’s time for college, and you two went to the same university. What now?When everyone else is excited about new friends and new name for yourself, you struggle with the idea of adapting to the new environment, while reading your friendship from home to your friendship at school …

The one who said that the old and the new one should not be confused, should skip the chromosome, because my dear friend from home (and hopefully one day, the future maid of honor), Olivia, was indeed an unforgiving and truly remarkable experience at my close friend at school …

Because many of us go to schools with a friend from home, and maybe even the best friend, I decided to give some pointers on how to make your transition fun, smooth and easy (this description sounds more like a cheap prostitute, my apologies) ..

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1. Do not place your \”Felman of the Year\” ..

Living with someone you’ve never met is a bastive concept. You’re moving in and you realize that the cabin is an early 18.

As tempting as it is to avoid the unknowable and just fill out this form of the neighbor’s application, living with your BF from your first year’s house, big \”no, no.\”

College is all about independence and independent thinking, so let yourself be able to sort things out. Don’t feed on each other’s opinions, do your thing at the beginning and see how it works …

At the end of the day, the distance makes your heart grow fonder ..

2. It is good that time is still to be spent together-the time of the BFF-this should be.

Olivia’s been my girlfriend since she was out of NIONET’s debut in the ‘ 90s, and I didn’ t want Jonathan hazty to come between this …

The two of us made a point to have lunch or dinner together, to introduce each other of the new friends we’ve made, and to do our best to integrate our separate school. Although you and your best friend from home should not work in one social circle, if you can make it work, it’s a wonderful thing …

Despite the insanity of the first year and the emotional roller coaster, Olivia and I made sure that we made time for each other. The most important thing was that, despite all the changes around us, I knew no one on campus had my back like Liv …

And because of this simple fact, I knew we were going to make the college adapt to us …