Walkabout Abilities

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On Sunday, Sept. 22, Goucher College will be the site for a mile-and-a-half walk to raise money and awareness for the services provided to Maryland residents with disabilities by the Abilities Network. “It’s a bring-your-friends, bring-your-neighbors event,” said Paul Trinkoff, a member of the Abilities Network board. This will be the seventh annual Walkabout Abilities,… Read More

The Eyes Have It For E-readers

There’s nothing like getting lost in a good book, whether you prefer “To Kill a Mockingbird,” “Steve Jobs” or “Goodnight, Goodnight, Construction Site.” We each have our own tastes when it comes to what we think is a good page-turner. However, choosing books is now just one part of the process, because it’s a question… Read More

Total IMPACT

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IMPACT, a unique and site-specific public art program developed to extend contemporary art to communities in the greater Baltimore area, opened last week at the Rosenbloom Owings Mills Jewish Community Center. A public reception was held from 5 to 7 p.m. on Aug. 29. A local artist collective, Global Humanity Now, has beenselected for this… Read More

Make A Deposit

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Many people enter marriage believing that it will fulfill their every need and all the things they have longed for. When we expect our spouses to fulfill us, we may be setting ourselves up for frustration, disappointment and unhappiness. On the other hand, successful couples look for opportunities to give to their spouses. Dr. John… Read More

Whodunnit?

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Beth Tfiloh Community Theatre just closed a performance of “The Mystery of Edwin Drood,” a Tony Award-winning, solve-it-yourself musical comedy. The four performances took place on Aug. 18, 20, 22 and 25. “The Mystery” is based on an unfinished novel by Charles Dickens and introduces eight suspects, each with his or her own conniving motive…. Read More

Novel Flavors

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Each Jewish New Year, as we greet each other with a joyous shannah tovah, I add a happy birthday for myself. Being born on Rosh Hashanah, a holiday with a tradition of tasting new food, as well as being the owner of The Classic Catering People, I relish in the discovery of novel flavors. Rosh… Read More

Why ‘Princesses: Long Island’ doesn’t work

From left: Joey Lauren, Amanda Bertoncini, Casey Cohen, Ashlee White, Chanel “Coco” Omari and Erica Gimbel gave very few Jewish moments to their cringe-worthy reality show.
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The debut season of Bravo’s reality show “Princesses: Long Island” has finally come to a close, and I think it’s pretty safe to declare it a disappointment. Not that you would have had to watch all 10 episodes to reach this conclusion. The trailer preceding the series pretty much said it all. “Oh no!” every… Read More

Want Savings?

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Six months ago, Laura Fugate, 28, bought a Toyota Prius. She was looking for ways to cut expenses and save money, and the Prius has paid off. “The savings in gas is ridiculous,” said Fugate, an office manager for a public research company who commutes to downtown Baltimore from Perry Hall each weekday. The Prius… Read More