Members of Repair the World and other Jewish organizations tailgated with a purpose on Sunday, Sept. 10. While watching the Ravens topple the Cincinnati Bengals, more than 200 locals participated in the Day to Unite initiative, which featured a slew of projects to benefit those affected by Hurricane Harvey.
Baltimore Hebrew Congregation Brotherhood held its annual opening dinner on Sept. 10 with “Sweet and Low Down: Songs For the Starry-Eyed and Worldly-Wise” performed by soprano Wendy Baird and Jonathan Jensen on piano, which was attended by more than 150 guests. From left: Baird, Sandy and Stanley Neuhauser, Beverly Kalus, Jensen, Diane Bravmann and Brotherhood… Read More
On Sept. 6, Brett Cohen was presented with the Julius Rosenberg Memorial Award, which recognizes a young adult committed to Jewish community building. The honor, bestowed annually by The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore, spotlighted Cohen for his involvement at The Associated and IMPACT.