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BY Simone Ellin
July 11, 2014

In light of the violence taking place in Israel, The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore assured members of the Jewish community Thursday that they are closely monitoring the events taking place there. In partnership with the Jewish Federations of North America, the Jewish Agency for Israel and the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, The CONTINUE »

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Farmers’ markets are a sure sign of delicious summer fun
BY Ilene Spector Photos by David Stuck
July 9, 2014

My favorite signs of summer — the “Farmers’ Market Is Now Open” placards — are popping up all over town. The season for Maryland produce is short, so don’t let any grass grow under your feet: Take advantage as soon as you can. There is no better way to test new family recipes than this CONTINUE »

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Toby Blumenthal discusses booking the Meyerhoff’s non-symphony shows, collaborations with popular musicians
BY Marc Shapiro | Photo by David Stuck
July 2, 2014

Long before he was booking A-list comedians and musicians at one of Baltimore’s premier venues, Toby Blumenthal could be spotted passing out flyers for upcoming concerts in Northern Virginia. But for Blumenthal, then a high school student, these weren’t just flyers. He knew that an agent who booked a tour for an artist connected with CONTINUE »

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Levindale dedicates Mintzes Fund for pet companionship
BY Simone Ellin
June 26, 2014

Some community events can’t help but boost one’s faith in humanity (and canine-ity). That was the case with Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center and Hospital’s dedication of the Alvin and Elaine Mintzes Fund for the Care of Levindale Animals on June 19. The event also included a plaque-hanging ceremony “in loving honor of employee Paulette Carter CONTINUE »

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New play at Everyman Theatre more accessible than ever
BY Simone Ellin
June 19, 2014

With so much talk of inclusion, it’s easy to conclude it’s just a buzzword, the issue of the moment. Inclusion can be hard to define, and what feels inclusive to one person may not feel that way to another. Yet, some institutions are taking meaningful steps toward including individuals with disabilities in their programming. Baltimore’s CONTINUE »