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America Wins the Olympics of Cooking

While we, yeshiva students, were all enjoying our winter vacation, a group of Americans traveled to France to participate in a cooking competition. For the first time ever, an American team won the gold at one of the world’s most prestigious cooking championship. The competition is held each year in Lyons, France. Chefs were given more »

Virtual Reality

During what I thought would be an ordinary Sunday afternoon, I experienced something astonishing. As I was strolling through the local mall with my friend, I caught a glimpse of a small setup out of the corner of my eye. At first glance, it appeared to be these two workers just selling some PS4 gaming more »

Are Movie Theaters a Thing of the Past?

As people write their new year’s resolutions and look to 2017 with hope and optimism, movie theaters and the film industry are trying desperately to hold on to the past. With services like Netflix, Hulu, Apple TV, Amazon, and many others that allow you to stream movies directly to your home, Hollywood is losing money more »

Jewish Pop Culture

In the United States, a Jewish fan club has emerged with members practicing the religion’s ideals and values as a form of popular culture. Judaism has become a trend apparently worth following. Many American artists have involved Jewish pop into their work. Jay- Z sang about “black bar mitzvahs” and the Black Eyed Peas chorused more »