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Make STEM Learning Fun

By Strictly Briks Science, technology, engineering and math may not spark your child’s interest at first mention, but if you apply these concepts into activities that are both fun and educational it enhances your child’s learning with immeasurable benefits. We want our children to be creative innovators, critical-thinkers and wizarding problem-solvers, which are the core…

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Jewish summer camp’s X factor

Photo courtesy B’nai B’rith Camp By Jane Larkin Shabbat at camp is “cool” and adds a sense of sacredness to the camp experience. My son just returned from his second summer spent at the Union for Reform Judaism’s Greene Family Camp. While Sammy is glad to be reunited with his puppy, he misses his other…

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Hamantaschen go gourmet

PHOTO: Salted Carmel Hamantaschen Purim is one of the most exciting holidays on the Jewish calendar, yet its signature food hamantaschen is not. Triangle shaped and traditionally filled with uninspired flavors, it’s no wonder this pastry is frequently disappointing. Fortunately, pastry Chef Paula Shoyer is on a mission to transform hamantaschen from bland and boring…

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Jews and Presidents Day

By Paul Finkelman Next week is Presidents Day, an amalgamated birthday celebration for two of our three greatest presidents: George Washington (Feb. 22, 1732) and Abraham Lincoln (Feb. 12, 1809). We measure presidential greatness by combining challenges each leader faced and his successful resolutions. By this standard, both Washington and Lincoln are always numbered among…

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