Ep. #71: Like the Time I Learned to Love Indigo Girls at Camp

Rabbi Sari Laufer (right) When you think about the music you listened to growing up at camp, if you’re a female the Indigo Girls probably feature pretty heavily in your rotation. Why is that? What is it about the folk-rock duo from Atlanta that so ensnared so many girls to walk around camp singing Closer … Continue reading Ep. #71: Like the Time I Learned to Love Indigo Girls at Camp

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

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

Ep. 54: Like The Time We Went To Our 60th Camp Reunion

We're back! After a summer hiatus that was much like a summer camp experience in its own right, the podcast returns with a very personal trip down memory lane. Michelle Weltman joins to break down all the fun and nostalgia from GUCI's 60th Anniversary Reunion weekend in Zionsville, Indiana, where we spent many glorious summers … Continue reading Ep. 54: Like The Time We Went To Our 60th Camp Reunion

Ep. #46: Like the Time I Grew Up at Camp But My Spouse Did Not

Camp is great, we all know that. Or do we? What happens when a couple gets together and one of them is a die-hard, lifelong camper, and the other lacks any connection to that world? In our latest episode, Rebekah Page-Gourley and her husband Jason join to talk about how you integrate the umfamiliar into … Continue reading Ep. #46: Like the Time I Grew Up at Camp But My Spouse Did Not

Ep. #34: Like the Time I Wrote A Novel About Coming of Age at Camp (w/ Mandy Berman)

Adolescence is a tough transition for anyone, which makes the time we spend at summer camp so refreshing. Mandy Berman, author of the coming of age novel Perennials, joins Sara and Micah to talk about that time in our lives when...things started to change. Plus we learn the meaning of Rock Time, and why it's … Continue reading Ep. #34: Like the Time I Wrote A Novel About Coming of Age at Camp (w/ Mandy Berman)

Ep. #33: Camp Movie Night – Camp Nowhere Edition

Movie night is a staple of the summer camp experience. But how well do movies (and other forms of entertainment) portray the camp experience? Joined by our friends Benji Orlansky and Herschel Bleefeld, we watched the 1994 classic movie Camp Nowhere to find out what camp would be like if teenagers created a summer camp all to themselves … Continue reading Ep. #33: Camp Movie Night – Camp Nowhere Edition

Ep. 21: Like the Time I Pulled That Other Prank at Camp

This episode is the second part of our interview with Michael and Sarah Marks, two great storytellers who had us cringing in disbelief at some of the stories they shared about both the pranks they pulled and the pranks that were pulled on them. Turns out, Sarah LOVED having her underwear run up the flagpole... … Continue reading Ep. 21: Like the Time I Pulled That Other Prank at Camp