Shave and a Haircut

Dawn Koslowski is the owner of 18|8 Salon, which opened in Quarry Lake last month. 
(Marc Shapiro)

There’s a new salon in town, and while clients can go there for face treatments, manicures and pedicures, waxing and hair coloring, the target audience may surprise most. 18|8 Fine Men’s Salons opened on March 13 in Quarry Lake, bringing the comfort and style of a beauty parlor to Pikesville’s male population. “I felt like… Read More

Scarf Maven

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Local businesswoman Terri Kane is best known to her national and international clientele as the “scarf maven.” Now she can add published author to her title with the release of her humorous memoir, “Scarf Maven Ties One On.” With a whopping 28,000 scarves sold in the last four years, it’s clear that the Baltimore-based top-rated… Read More

Bais Yaakov May Sell Owings Mills Campus

Citing growth in enrollment, Bais Yaakov School for Girls officials said the Jewish day school could sell the Owings Mills home of its elementary school and expand the Smith Avenue campus now housing its middle and high schools. “We’d like to do whatever we can to make it easier for our parents,” said Sandy Nissel,… Read More

3 Area Camps ‘Go Fishing’

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Three area Jewish summer camps have been named new partners with the Harold Grinspoon Foundation while a fourth camp was tapped to receive a challenge grant. Baltimore overnight camps Gan Israel Northeast and Tizmoret Shoshana and day camp Milldale are three of only 16 camps selected as new affiliates of the JCamp180 program, which assists… Read More

JCC Beefs Up Security

On Monday, April 20, the JCC of Greater Baltimore increased security precautions at the Rosenbloom Owings Mills JCC. The security guard in the main lobby will now be armed, and a uniformed, but not armed, security guard will be stationed at the campus’ Early Childhood Education Center (ECE). The Weinberg Park Heights JCC already had armed… Read More

Not Worth the Schlep!

“Worth the Schlep” is a great title for a useful service. And it is so Jewish sounding. So why do you permit the inclusion of such entries as the advice for Saturday 18 “Year of the Dragon” in the JT’s April 10 edition. I must admit that even if Fishbone, Black Angel Down and Pokeweed… Read More

Don’t Give Publicity to Anti-Israel Groups

Pro-Arab, anti-Israel groups should be of concern to anyone interested in the future existence of the State of Israel (“Taking on the ‘Israeli Lobby,’” April 17). Using every tactic to place Israel and its leaders in an unfavorable light presents a threat to Israel and its special relationship to the U.S. Over the past few… Read More

Jalisi Should Resign

American culture has morality standards for our political leaders. We have seen many a politician forced to resign for unacceptable behavior. Even sports figures are suspended for offensive behavior just for the accusation, without guilt proven in the court of law. Locally, we have elected Delegate Hasan Jay Jalisi who has been avoiding the scrutiny… Read More

Yom Ha’atzmaut, When Everyone Is Proud To Be an Israeli

David Ben-Gurion, the first prime minister of Israel, said, “If you do not believe in miracles, you are not a realist.” For centuries, Jews were expelled from the countries of their birth, forced to find a country of refuge. Sixty-seven years ago, the State of Israel was established, and for the first time, Jews felt… Read More

Lessons of a Passover Diet

This year, I have been contemplating a lot about the Passover diet. Not the abundance and mass consumption of matzah and eggs. Rather, I’m fascinated by our consumption (pun intended) with what eat and the elimination of many common foods from our diets during Passover. More than any other holiday, Passover is the most widely… Read More