All About Family

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Love knows no bounds. That’s the message in a new book by Baltimore native Nathaniel Hoffman and co-author Nicole Salgado. In “Amor & Exile: True Stories of Love Across America’s Borders,” Hoffman, a journalist, and Salgado, a biologist and educator, have exposed an aspect of the contentious immigration debate that readers may have overlooked until… Read More

‘We Got Along’

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David & Dixie Berenson First Date: August 1941, the Bronx, N.Y. Wedding Date: June 6, 1943 Venue: Beth Tfiloh Congregation Current Residence: Baltimore Favorite Activities: Traveling The secret to a successful marriage, according to David Berenson, is to not go to sleep angry. “You can go to bed angry, but never go to sleep angry,”… Read More

Chomping At The Bit

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From his youth programs to his college squad to the adult leagues he plays in now, Darin Segal has always laid claim as the lone Jew on his ice hockey teams. “It’s not really a Jewish ‘go-to’ sport,” Segal, 40, said. Therein lies the beauty, at least in part, of the Maccabiah Games. When the… Read More

Long-lost Nazi Diary Recovered In Upstate N.Y. Home

A lost journal of Nazi official Alfred Rosenberg was recovered in a home in upstate New York. The journal, with more than 400 pages of details on the Third Reich’s policy from 1936 to 1944, includes accounts of meetings with Adolf Hitler, Heinrich Himmler and Herman Goering, Reuters reported. Lost after the Nuremberg war crime… Read More