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Next Saturday: ‘Pizza for Good’ in Bethel, Conn. for SCOTTY Fund

  More about SCOTTY Fund on their website: The goal of the SCOTTY Fund is two-fold. First, to help erase the financial burden associated with a critical illness. Grant money is given to children for medical expenses, transportation and other ancillary costs associated with the illness. Secondly, to provide family support including nightly meals, child care, […]

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WATCH: Two Do-gooder Updates From Ethan Brown & Sara Benincasa

Two quick video updates for you! Ethan Brown is our first – he’s the fabulously successful “mathemagician” profiled in the pages of Pizza for Good. Now attending Andover, he’s carving out opportunities to appear at schools, libraries and conferences—and has created a video in support of that effort: “People are finally getting excited about math […]

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‘New York Delhi’ – The Best Naan Pizza You’ll Ever Taste

"New York Delhi" - the finished product

A few friends recently visited Tabla, a new Indian restaurant in Midtown Atlanta, and reported having naan with cheese on it. Naturally, a lightbulb went off over my head! The result is “New York Delhi”—an easy, non-yeast, pizza version of classic Indian bread. After hitting the Google for some easy-peasy naan recipes, I settled on […]

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April is Math Awareness Month – Celebrate with Ethan Brown

Pizza for Good profile subject Ethan Brown got some major-league ink in a recent Wordplay piece in The New York Times entitled “Ethan Brown’s Magic Square.” Here’s an excerpt: We’ll start with the calendar’s leading presentation: a custom-created magic square by Ethan Brown, who is currently a freshman at Phillips Academy Andover. Mr. Brown has developed […]

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What’s ‘Pi’ Day without Pizza?

Happy Pi day everybody! Pizza for Good features Chapter 3: “Pi”—a snazzy ditty featuring a profile of Pi and Tau Evangelist and Mathemagician Ethan Brown. (We’ll call it a “Pi-file.”) Ethan says the subject of math in schools—where, as recently reported, the U.S. is lagging other countries in aptitude—is sometimes too specific, for a subject […]

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We May Be ‘Falling Behind Badly’, But Ethan Brown Is Making Math Cool

You may have seen the sad news recently that, compared to the rest of the world, U.S.-student scholastic aptitude is lagging way behind other countries. Our plight is summed up well by Fareed Zakaria: “While we’re walking around going nowhere on a people mover, the rest of the world is on an escalator. In a […]

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