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Have your cake and eat the candles, too.
Thanks to longtime Glencoe resident Loree Sandler, you don’t have to toss out the candles on your next birthday cake — savor them with her edible cake candles. All you have to do is pluck out the paraffin-coated natural wick, which is just long enough for one round of “Happy Birthday,” and carry on.
At the Am Shalom Matzah Brei Cook-Off, the stakes were high for the two main players, Rabbi Phyllis Sommer and the Rabbi Steve Lowenstein, on Saturday, March 31, in Glencoe.
They were probably highest for Lowenstein, who has been a one-man Washington General to Sommer’s one-woman Harlem Globetrotter since this yearly competition began in 2003.
“Is there a formal win-loss record?” Cantor Andrea Rae Markowicz asked Sommer.
When Loyola and New Trier played each other in a 7-on-7 on the morning of Saturday, July 11, there was little reason for spectators with a vested interest in either school to look at what was happening on the other half of Deerfield’s football field. After all, it was a rare chance to see the Ramblers and Trevians compete against one another in a sport where they won’t play each other during the regular season.