Ep. #53: Like the Time Three Generations of My Family Went to the Same Camp (w/Elaine Gibson)

Elaine Gibson grew up at summer camp at Camp Blue Ridge in the 1950s, and her kids (including previous guest Seth Davis) and grandkids continue to go to the same camps to this day. We talk about the similarities and differences of camps then and now, plus much much more. Don't waste a minute, take … Continue reading Ep. #53: Like the Time Three Generations of My Family Went to the Same Camp (w/Elaine Gibson)

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Want to sample Campfires and Color Wars? Here are 10 episodes to check out

Recently our podcast got a nice feature in JTA, one of the largest Jewish news publications in the world. This has led to an increase in exposure for the show, which is great (welcome!). We realize people are busy, and though we recommend all 41 of our episodes so far, if you are looking to … Continue reading Want to sample Campfires and Color Wars? Here are 10 episodes to check out

Ep. #32: Like The Time I Got To Play In The Upper Senior Basketball Game (w/ Seth Davis)

Nowadays Seth Davis is an esteemed sportswriter, currently one of the faces we see every March during CBS' coverage of March Madness (as well as the executive editor of soon-to-launch CBB site The Fieldhouse). But growing up, Seth was a camper like you and me, spending his summers at Camp Equinunk in Pennsylvania. His time … Continue reading Ep. #32: Like The Time I Got To Play In The Upper Senior Basketball Game (w/ Seth Davis)

Ep. 25: Like the Time Paris Hilton Broke Color War (w/ Stacy Davidowitz)

A summer at camp wouldn't be complete without a good ole fashioned Color War (aka Maccabiah Games, Yom Sport, Special Day, etc.). Whatever you want to call it, everyone left it all on the field for the green, the red, the yellow, and the blue. Author Stacy Davidowitz joins Micah and Sara to recount her … Continue reading Ep. 25: Like the Time Paris Hilton Broke Color War (w/ Stacy Davidowitz)