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For kosher meat lovers, Serengeti’s menu is a diner’s delight
BY Joshua Runyan
July 24, 2014

Meat lovers rejoice, because there’s a new kosher game in town that rivals in both price and quality the wood-paneled, white-tableclothed varieties that have for years plied their trade in offering decidedly treif hunks of juicy steak. The brainchild of Accents Grill and Cocoaccinos owners Lara and Larry Franks, Serengeti aims to do for Baltimore CONTINUE »

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Etz Chaim’s past, present and future is celebrated
BY Allie Freedman
July 24, 2014

The grills were fired up and the strong smell of Scotch filled the air on a recent Sunday, as approximately 150 Jewish men spent the evening with the Etz Chaim Center for Jewish Living and Learning to “raise the steaks.” Literally. Raise the Steaks II, held at Bruce Sholk and Beth Kaplan’s private Baltimore estate, CONTINUE »

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Aaron Leibel’s novel ‘Generations’ tells of the Jews’ closeness to the land
BY David Holzel
July 24, 2014

Aaron Leibel is Washington Jewish Week’s copy editor and former arts editor. Copy editing is a job that requires him to confine himself to the minutiae of writing — syntax, spelling and the errant double space. But two years ago, Leibel decided to open himself up and let his imagination roam across the long span CONTINUE »

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Nobel laureate Nadine Gordimer, who fought against apartheid, dies at 90
BY Ian Zelaya
July 24, 2014

South African novelist Nadine Gordimer died July 13, in Johannesburg at the age of 90, Reuters reported. The author of more than 30 books, Gordimer was one of the literary world’s most influential voices against apartheid, winning the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1991 for her novels and short stories that echoed life and emotion CONTINUE »

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Although big box stores and chains are coming to Foundry Row, local shops are confident in their futures
BY Marc Shapiro
July 24, 2014

When Foundry Row is up and running in 2016, an LA Fitness will be next door to Lynne Brick’s and only a few miles from Brick Bodies and Planet Fitness, all three owned or franchised by the same local company. But Lynne Brick, president and founder of the female-only Lynne Brick’s and coed Brick Bodies CONTINUE »