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Originally from Chicago, Rabbi Eli Solomon lives in Pikesville and works as co-director of Friendship Circle of Baltimore with his wife, Chana. [Read More]
The Jewish Council for Public Affairs has adopted six new public policy positions after a months-long process of consensus building among national constituents and local... [Read More]
Baltmore's Jewish News, Events, Obituaries, Food, Dining... [Read More]
"The revitalization of Pikesville, including the Armory project, is so important to the Jewish community," said Howard Needle. [Read More]
"You live your days normally, and out of nowhere you're just taken back to that horrific day and that of course forces you to confront... [Read More]
What can the United States do, aside from wringing our hands? [Read More]
An investigation is underway after a Nazi flag was seen hanging from a window at Governor Thomas Johnson High School in Frederick Feb. 7. [Read More]
We urge each member of the community and each institution to raise awareness of and increase inclusion of people with disabilities, as we are all... [Read More]
My mother Ruth and my Grandma Stella always made this dish by frying flounder or sole in a pan with oil... [Read More]
In his later years, Kirk Douglas came to embrace his Jewishness, a shift he attributed to a near-fatal collision in 1991. [Read More]
Only by looking at the origins of The Associated and its leadership's vision for the future can one appreciate the scope of its role in... [Read More]
Local leaders share advice on navigating loss. [Read More]
The Baltimore Jewish Council plans to focus on three issues of concern to the Jewish community, said Executive Director Howard Libit. [Read More]
"After spending just a short time at OCA, I felt right at home," said Deborah Rapoport, the new head of school at Ohr Chadash Academy... [Read More]
"I gravitate toward modes of worship that are interactive," said Temple Adas Israel's new rabbi, Rabbi John Franken. [Read More]
Baltimore's Rabbi Moshe Hauer will succeed Allen Fagin later this year as the next executive vice president of the Orthodox Union. [Read More]
You don't have to be a sports fanatic to take pride in athletes from the community... [Read More]
"I love everything about being Jewish. You can be anywhere in the world, find a Jewish person, and feel right at home talking to them,"... [Read More]
About 20-25% of new immigrants from the United States are working remotely for U.S. companies, according to Nefesh B'Nefesh. [Read More]
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