Category Archives: April 2018


AMBASSADOR IDO AHARONI has worn many hats during his illustrious career in the public and private sectors. His expertise in nation branding and public diplomacy has led him to his current role as Global Distinguished Professor at New York University’s School of International Relations in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences. He is also a member of the International Advisory Council ... Read More »


 OUR FAMILY’S DOCTOR is retiring. After 25 years of service to Givat Ze’ev, and 45 years in the profession, Dr. Rafael (Rafi) Hamburger, 71, was to have seen his last patient at the end of March. Ever since our aliyah in the summer of 1997, Dr. Hamburger has been there for our family—all seven of us. He treated our kids ... Read More »


FOR THE EIGHTH YEAR the Orange County Private Schools Association (OCPSA) hosted its free Private School Fair. On Sunday, March 11, 2018 from 1:00 to 4:00 P.M., OSCPA hosted private schools ranging from preschools to high schools, at the UC Irvine Student Center on the University’s campus. At the fair, families met admissions staff from participating schools and were educated ... Read More »


STARTING AT A FAIRLY early age, one of my sons decided that walking from the car to anywhere was much more efficient if you groaned all of the way. On the other hand, faced with a “hike”, he could go for miles. The challenge of climbing something is great fun if someone is not telling you to be careful or ... Read More »

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