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Celebrate the outdoors this summer

This week let’s enjoy the new season and find new ways to enjoy the outdoors.

By NERIA BARR
15/04/2021

Jewish reality-like program puts spotlight on artists, viewers, and craft

“It really bothered me because making a nice Hanukkah sweater is something I always wanted to do.”

By LARRY LUXNER/JTA
19/02/2021

Overnight camps can open this year, NY governor announces

Now, camps will be allowed to open starting in June provided that COVID-19 cases continue to fall, Cuomo announced Wednesday.

By SHIRA HANAU/JTA
18/02/2021

The pros and cons of Grandparents Camp

Last week The Wife and I held our first grandparent’s camp, hosting our two grandsons – ages 2½ and 1 – for three days, two nights.

27/08/2020

Pascale's Kitchen: Popsicles for sunny days

These recipes are a great alternative to buying mass-made Popsicles at the corner store.

Mosquitoes infected with West Nile found in Israel twice in one month

The West Nile virus has the potential to cause an infection in the brain, which can result in severe outcomes such as paralysis or fatality.

27/08/2020

Knesset starts summer vacation despite coronavirus

MK Roll: Wrong to shut down during corona

27/08/2020
The sun rises over the Dead Sea, Israel

Heatwave heading towards Israel: What precautions should be taken?

Extreme heat could pose a serious health risk for at-risk populations, including the elderly, people with cardio-vesicular diseases and young children.

Midsummer beauty and health tips

Despite the heat, don’t forget to enjoy yourself.

By NERIA BARR
13/08/2020

Birthright Excel concludes 2020 summer program

Fellows participated in lectures by professionals from all sectors of Israeli society, workshops and leadership training, and weekend activities beyond the boardroom.

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