Ep. #69: Like the Time We Created the World’s Largest Color Wars Competition

Part of the wonderful nature of summer camp is how so much of it is improvised. Creating evening programs out of whole cloth, pivoting activities because it's raining, it's a valuable skill set for adulthood. Another wonderful part of camp, as the title of our podcast would suggest, is Color Wars. Well, with quarantine in … Continue reading Ep. #69: Like the Time We Created the World’s Largest Color Wars Competition

Campfires and Color Wars Presents: Jewish Geography Zoom Racing

For those with short attention spans, the TL;DR version of this post is we launched a game show called Jewish Geography Zoom Racing. New episodes stream live every Saturday night at 9 ET.  A couple weeks ago, I saw this hilarious video segment from Katie Nolan's ESPN show Always Late, where she and her friends … Continue reading Campfires and Color Wars Presents: Jewish Geography Zoom Racing

Ep. #68: Like the Time I Wrote Wherever You Go, There’s Always Someone Jewish

If you went to a Jewish summer camp, at some point you probably sang the song "Wherever You Go, There's Always Someone Jewish". Frankly, the song is so well known at this point you might have sung it even if you didn't go to a Jewish camp (although that could get weird). In an homage … Continue reading Ep. #68: Like the Time I Wrote Wherever You Go, There’s Always Someone Jewish

Ep. #67: Like the Time I Rebelled By Repeatedly Flipping Light Switches On and Off

We are in uncharted waters right now, and while we are all doing our best to deal with the current global pandemic, it's important we still find ways to go to our happy places. For Tamar Anitai that includes memories of her summers at Kutz Camp (among a couple others), where she spent most of … Continue reading Ep. #67: Like the Time I Rebelled By Repeatedly Flipping Light Switches On and Off