Arts & Life

May 13, 2013

Question: I lost my job and we have had to make drastic cuts to our family’s standard of living, which have significantly affected my children. I worry I am not providing the things they need and are used to having. How much should I involve them in our financial situation? Answer: The first thing you and your CONTINUE »

BY Lisa (Elisheva) Rabinowitz
May 13, 2013

Healthy marriages make healthy children Water flows easily in a river when there are few or no rocks, sticks or other debris.  I visualize communication in relationships to be like a small river or stream. When you say something complimentary, kind and loving, you strengthen the waters of the stream. On the other hand, if CONTINUE »

Documentary tells story of how Jews and African-Americans worked to end segregation at Gwynn Oak Park
BY Ron Snyder
April 19, 2013

  A longtime multimedia journalist for WMAR-TV, O’Neal said it can be hard to find a new spin on an annual event. That was until he came across the story of Gwynn Oak Park. The one-time amusement park represented a key struggle in the battle over civil rights. On July 4, 1963, 283 people were CONTINUE »

BY Betty Seidel
April 12, 2013

According to dictionary.com, “volunteers” are people who donate their time and energy to benefit the community as a social responsibility rather than for a financial reward. In health-care settings, volunteers are particularly important because they can help enhance the entire patient experience.CONTINUE »