Remember those idyllic summer camp days? The ultimate freedom and bliss of those early childhood years? Once you got past the aching homesickness, a crammed agenda unfurled, replete with new friends, field trips, arts and crafts, “Marco Polo” in the pool ...
Summer Camp Confidential
An Insider’s View
By Hayley Cummings
A Conversation With Anita Diamant
Women’s Weekend to Feature Award Winning Feminist Writer
By Lynn Wexler
Though modest and unassuming, Anita Diamant is the quintessential, Jewish woman’s woman. Her debut novel The Red Tent is a modern classic based on the biblical ...
The JNF’s Sunshine Mission to Israel with Hal Linden
By Chris Sieroty
Hal Linden is best known as the star of the ’70s situation comedy Barney Miller, in which he played the long-suffering police captain of the 12th Precinct in Greenwich Village. ...
Off-Strip & Hip
Cool Dining in the Burbs
By E.C. Gladstone
Finally, Suburban Dining For The Cool Crowd.
We’ve all heard the word that the dining scene off-Strip has gotten a lot stronger and more interesting in the past year or so. And in recent months, new places ...