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Women gather to fight breast cancer
BY Simone Ellin
July 17, 2014

A torrential downpour on July 8 did not discourage dozens of women from turning out for Dessert and Brem, an event held at Congregation Ohr Simcha that was billed as an evening of education and empowerment for women. Chaired by Danielle Storch and Esther Sara Weiner and sponsored by the Chesed Fund with co-sponsors the CONTINUE »

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Baltimore’s Schwartzman sets sights on a lacrosse world championship
BY Amy Landsman
July 10, 2014

Pikesville’s own Jesse Schwartzman is on the U.S. national team’s 23-man roster for the Federation of International Lacrosse World Championships in Colorado. He was named to the team following a tryout process that began locally at Goucher College last September. Additional tryouts were held in Orlando, Fla., in January. The final team was selected from CONTINUE »

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Acme Paper relies on family ingenuity
BY Heather Norris
July 2, 2014

For the Attman family, paper is the past, present and the future The family has owned and operated Acme Paper & Supply Co., Inc. for almost 70 years, spanning three generations of family. “We all grew up in the business,” said David Attman. “It was sort of like your bar mitzvah present, you would get CONTINUE »

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Jewish participants make their presence felt at Faith & Freedom Coalition Conference
BY Dmitriy Shapiro
June 26, 2014

Religious freedom, family values, fiscal policy and Israel were the primary drivers of discussion, as faith activists and Republican politicians gathered in Washington last weekend for the Road to Majority 2014 Conference put on by the conservative Faith and Freedom Coalition. Despite the group’s reputation as mostly evangelical, Jewish speakers, pundits and issues were prominent CONTINUE »

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Death Race drives Pikesville personal trainer
BY Stacy Karten
June 19, 2014

While most of the expected 300 participants would be happy just to finish the Summer Death Race, which starts on Friday, June 2, in Pittsfield, Vt., Harrison Lessans, 23, of Pikesville is training for this ultimate challenge with the intent of being in the top percentile of the usual 15 to 20 percent of the CONTINUE »