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October 30, 2014

In the races for the top two state positions on Tuesday, Brian Frosh for attorney general and Anthony Brown for governor, both Democrats, are more experienced and more in tune with mainstream Maryland voters than their opponents. Frosh, a proud member of the Jewish community, has been a state senator representing District 16 since 1994. CONTINUE »

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High school’s 175th anniversary honors newest Hall of Fame members
BY Allie Freedman
October 29, 2014

Maryland’s oldes­t public high school, Baltimore City College, turned 175 years old last weekend. As part of the festivities, City held a Hall of Fame induction ceremony to honor six accomplished alumni. Hosted by college adviser Rodney Joyner, the event was held in the school’s William Donald Schaefer Auditorium. Other events included The Women of CONTINUE »

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Local Great Challah Bake helps put a rise in global Shabbos Project
BY Allie Freedman | Photos by David Stuck
October 29, 2014

    More than 1,000 people got their bake on at the Jewish Community Center of Greater Baltimore in Owings Mills last week. Starting at 6:30 p.m. last Thursday, Jewish mothers and daughters bonded over bread at the Great Challah Bake, a prelude event to the worldwide Shabbos Project that was coordinated locally by Etz CONTINUE »

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Tight Senate race in Georgia garners national and Jewish communal attention
BY Dmitriy Shapiro
October 29, 2014

As Republicans look poised to take control of the U.S. Senate after Nov-ember’s midterm elections, Senate races in a couple of states have tightened, with both political parties redirecting their funds toward key toss-up races before Election Day. In Georgia, a state with a sizable Jewish voter block, the race to fill the open seat CONTINUE »

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Comedian brings passion for his homeland to Baltimore show
BY Allie Freedman
October 29, 2014

Comedian Benji Lovitt’s job is to make Jewish people around the world laugh. Making aliyah in 2006, the 40-year-old Dallas native now finds humor in his homeland. Touring the United States until Nov. 15, he will be entertaining crowds at Jewish community centers, synagogues and Jewish federations. He will be performing at the Suburban Orthodox CONTINUE »