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Unusual Art

Rochel Burstyn

Today we’re going to look beyond pencils, portraits, and paint. There are artists around the world who create art out of the most simple of natural mediums.

 

For Your Information — The Seasons

Shira Yehudit Djalilmand

Everyone has their favorite season, whether it’s the summer’s sunshine or autumn’s breeze. What exactly are the seasons, and why do we have them?

 

Mr. William Lerner — Meteorologist

Rochel Burstyn

Did your parents ever tell you “Bring your bikes inside because the weather man says it’s supposed to rain,” but the sky was blue and the sun was shining, and then ten minutes later you found yourself running through the rain to bring your bike to shelter? How do the forecasters know the weather? Meet retired meteorologist Mr. William Lerner of Baltimore, Maryland, a frum “weather man.”

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