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Picture Perfect

Shira Yehudit Djalilmand

Most of us have probably seen 3-D pictures or movies, while wearing those strange red and green glasses. But how many of actually know what 3-D is, or how it works?

 

A 3-D Friendship

Rachel Stein

Leaning back in their plush seats, Cheved and Hudis stared at the large screen, eagerly waiting for the film to begin. “Don’t forget the glasses,” Hudis reminded Cheved, putting on her dark visors. “Oh, right!” Cheved nodded, placing her pair on her nose with a grin. “How do I look?”

 

Books That Stand Out

Rhona Lewis

Remember the first time you picked up a book with pictures that were kinda fuzzy? Remember how the fuzziness turned into fascinating 3-D images the minute you slipped on those red-and-blue glasses? Read on. Yoel Waxberger from Malchut Waxberger is going to tell you about one of the first 3-D books ever made.



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The Fortunes of War
Rabbi Moshe Grylak We’re still feeling the fallout of the First World War
Some Lessons, But Few Portents
Yonoson Rosenblum What the midterms tell us about 2020
Vote of Confidence
Eyan Kobre Why I tuned in to the liberal radio station
5 out of 10
Rabbi Dovid Bashevkin Top 5 Moments of the Kinus
Day in the Life
Rachel Bachrach Chaim White of KC Kosher Co-op
When Less is More
Rabbi Ron Yitzchok Eisenman How a good edit enhances a manuscript
It’s My Job
Jacob L. Freedman “Will you force me to take meds?”
They’re Still Playing My Song?
Riki Goldstein Yitzy Bald’s Yerav Na
Yisroel Werdyger Can’t Stop Singing
Riki Goldstein Ahrele Samet’s Loi Luni
Double Chords of Hope
Riki Goldstein You never know how far your music can go
Will Dedi Have the Last Laugh?
Dovid N. Golding Dedi and Ding go way back
Battle of the Budge
Faigy Peritzman Using stubbornness to grow in ruchniyus
The Challenging Child
Sarah Chana Radcliffe Strategies for raising the difficult child
Bucking the Trend
Sara Eisemann If I skip sem, will I get a good shidduch?
The Musician: Part 1
D. Himy, M.S. CCC-SLP and Zivia Reischer "If she can't read she'll be handicapped for life!"