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Sounds Good!

Shira Yehudit Djalilmand

We hear all kinds of sounds every day — lots of them without even noticing them. But did you ever really think about what sound is, and how we hear it?

 

Resounding Sounds

S.Lieber

Mrs. Rochel Leah Reifer (Lamm) owns and operates a recording studio in Brooklyn. Mrs. Reifer mainly caters to the Brooklyn and Tri-state area, but has also received requests from places like Canada, England, and California. She happily agreed to talk about her work with us.

 

CHEAT!

As told to Leah Gebber

Do you know what it feels like not to be trusted? Do you know what it feels like to know that your parents’ and teachers’ suspicions are justified? Do you know what it means to be a cheat?



 
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