Category Archives: Lifestyle

Pesach in the camps

MARIKA Weinberger, 83, still vividly remembers the last Pesach seder she shared with her family in Košice, formerly part of Hungary, just before being moved to the ghetto in 1944. This week, as Jews around the world celebrate the Jewish

Pesach in the camps

MARIKA Weinberger, 83, still vividly remembers the last Pesach seder she shared with her family in Košice, formerly part of Hungary, just before being moved to the ghetto in 1944. This week, as Jews around the world celebrate the Jewish

Sydney’s top 10 kids’ attractions

SYDENY may be a cosmopolitan city known for its eateries, pubs and colorful nightlife, but don’t be totally fooled. By day, this family-friendly city also offers loads to do to keep the little ones amused, too. Here’s a list of

Sydney’s top 10 kids’ attractions

SYDENY may be a cosmopolitan city known for its eateries, pubs and colorful nightlife, but don’t be totally fooled. By day, this family-friendly city also offers loads to do to keep the little ones amused, too. Here’s a list of

Under the cover with Jackie Frank

IN fashion circles, marie claire publisher/editor Jackie Frank is famous for conducting meetings from her treadmill. It’s not unusual for the notorious multi-tasker to be found simultaneously approving a fashion shoot and solving an advertising issue while checking mails on

Under the cover with Jackie Frank

IN fashion circles, marie claire publisher/editor Jackie Frank is famous for conducting meetings from her treadmill. It’s not unusual for the notorious multi-tasker to be found simultaneously approving a fashion shoot and solving an advertising issue while checking mails on

Traveling parents should be wary of creating iPad junkies

MY 18-month-old toddler still can’t say his grandmother’s name “Mima”, but he has already said the word “iPad”. The first time he said it, my husband and I looked at each other in disbelief. “What did he just say?” my

Traveling parents should be wary of creating iPad junkies

MY 18-month-old toddler still can’t say his grandmother’s name “Mima”, but he has already said the word “iPad”. The first time he said it, my husband and I looked at each other in disbelief. “What did he just say?” my