Month: September 2018

Adventures in Cooking

by Jeremy Zimmer, Sous Chef, 2018 Camp Delicious! It all started with a phone call and ended in a great adventure. A few months have passed since our cooking camp journey came to a close, and Sarah Huffman and I …

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The Resilience of Free Speech

A comment by Louis B. Schwartz “We should welcome the Communist Party of China to the cacophonous marketplace of ideas that defines American democracy and wish them luck competing. It may strengthen China, as it has strengthened us. Tolerating the …

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Luminari Welcomes Sheila Hyland as Operations Manager

Sheila likes to say she caught the “Luminari bug.” Once you catch it, she says you can’t let go!  Sheila offered her expertise at the Speak & Tell! camp in 2016, then returned as co-director of the camp in 2017. …

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Too Much TV

by Beth Dolinar, Contributing Writer There’s a saying that suggests too much of a good thing is not so good. I’ve found this to be true when it comes to my evening television habit. Some nights I settle into the …

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