In the early 1900’s large amounts of Romanian Jews fled to New York. The Rumanian Committee was organized in New York City as a result of this. The Committee’s aim was to help relocate the immigrants to other cities and help them find employment. The Rumanian Committee soon became the Industrial Removal Office (IRO), under […]
Yankel Zelbovich was born in Ponidel in 1920. His father was Motel, mother was Khaia Sara. He was the second oldest of 7 children whose names were: Leibe, Feivel, Feigel (married last name Ioneson), Gershon, Henekh, and Mendel.
If you the term “noob” is unfamiliar, please go here and read; then come back. We talk a lot about self-organizing teams in the agile world. It can be a dry discussion and we sometimes tune out and give up on getting better. I’ve found that the best way to get your team past being del-organizing noobs […]
I’ve scratch-made challah for decades. Over the winter I came across a recipe on food52.com for making challah in a cast iron skillet on the grill. Challah in a cast iron skillet was intriguing; doing it on the grill was just too tempting. Unfortunately it was winter and a bit too chilly for grillin’ so […]
We are soon to embark on a journey into a subculture of human society – in July we are taking delivery of a tear drop trailer. We’ve got the trailer on order and have been planning for the maiden voyage since. My sunroom currently looks like a camp store, with a couple of trunks of […]