While driving back from Quantico National Cemetery today (more on that later), I tuned into WAMU 88.5, the NPR affiliate in Washington. Kojo Nnamdi, one of my favorite radio hosts, was discussing one of my favorite things: Jewish food!

I called in and asked the panel about interfaith families juggling (and benefiting) both Easter and Passover.

(Coincidentally, it was my second time on NPR, the first one being this great interview with Paul Brown on the financial situation of campus newspapers.)

Costa Rican blogs still seem to be ruminating on my piece on being Jewish in Costa Rica. This one included some very nice compliments, so a hearty “gracias” and “toda raba” is in order to WelcomeToCostaRica.info.