OMG … What’s a Webinar?

Who says doctors don’t make house calls anymore? While it’s definitely not the same as decades ago when physicians often treated patients at home, there are still a lot of opportunities to learn about diseases and treatments in the comfort and privacy of your own house, office or other location. Here’s how. You may have… Read More

Farm Fresh

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The Maryland foodie’s hallmarks of summer used to be a proliferation of snowball stands, then tomato stands, then stands for silver queen corn. In the past few years, the demand for healthy, organic and local food has popularized a new culinary staple of summer in our state: the farmers’ market. It starts right now and… Read More

Simply Delicious

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Move over hamburgers. Out of the way, hot dogs. There is something new to bite into — and it has nothing to do with meat. Jennifer Polt, a stay-at-home mom who recently turned vegan, this summer debuted Sound Bites crackers and granola. Selling the product at the Towson farmers’ market on Allegheny Avenue from 10:45… Read More

Be Your Best Self

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For many, summertime conjures up images of long days basking in the sun, swimming in the pool and unwinding from the rigors of a hectic school year. It’s a time to recharge one’s batteries, to get in shape. But, said Amy Schwartz, fitness and wellness director at the Jewish Community Center of Greater Baltimore, although… Read More

OU Kosher Presents: Top Consumer Questions Received For The Summer

OU Kosher presents frequently asked questions to-date on the OU Kosher Hotline (212-613-8241) by consumers received for the summer. Questions may also be submitted to kosherq@ou.org. These questions are answered by Rabbi Benjamin Geiger, the voice of OU Kosher’s Consumer Hotline; the OU’s Webbe Rebbe; and Rabbi Eli Eleff, rabbinic coordinator and consumer relations administrator…. Read More

The Power To Heal

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Twenty years ago, Herschel Lazaroff was a businessman with a background in physics and psychology. He was healthy, but not overly. Then, in 1994, Lazaroff attended an energy workshop and was turned on to the field. He said at the workshop there was a woman who took pictures of people’s auras. She told him, “Your… Read More

Father’s day with kosher options

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The media makes us believe that our only food option for Father’s Day is to grill, grill, grill! Not necessarily. The key to a successful Father’s Day meal is to remember that every dad is unique. Decide what he loves most. Maybe Dad has a definite sweet tooth or savory appetite around which to work… Read More

The Gift Of Health

with Father’s Day just around the corner, children usually think about the things that they can buy for their dads: golf balls, a set of grill utensils or maybe a striped tie. However, the best gift you can give to your dad is the gift of health. Because June is Men’s Health Month, it’s the… Read More

Restaurant Offers Gluten-Free Fusion Fare

Combine classic American fare with a little South-Asian fusion. Toss in some Caribbean spice. Then, make sure that whatever is served — bun and all — is completely gluten-free. Welcome to Meet 27 Bistro, a new restaurant in Baltimore’s Remington neighborhood. The creation of Paul Goldberg and his business partner Richard D’Souza, it boasts an… Read More

A ‘Honey’ Of A Day

What says Rosh Hashanah better than apples and honey? Did you know that there are more than 300 types of honey available in the United States, each originating from a different floral source. Avocado honey, anyone? To learn more about the history of honey (and to taste-test some local varieties) join the Jewish Museum of… Read More