David Meltzer: Seeing how much money the Baltimore Jewish community gives to help needy Baltimore Jews. Devorah Ehrich (left): Spending time with three generations of family at the Megillah. Michelle Safier: Seeing my husband dressed in a furry lion mask all day. Saloman Benjamin: Making everyone happy for the holiday. Want to place an order online? Visit www.goldbergsbagels.net now.
Kerri Cohen: We do everything. This year, we will go to the Beth El Extravaganza. They do Megillah and then a banquet. Then the Porters are having an open house we will go to! Rivka and Avraham Heisler: Spend time with family and friends and try to take advantage of the meaning of the day. Tammy Mintz: We… Read More
Dena Sondhelm: I went to sleep-away camps, and I just remember having to schlep duffel bags from one end of campus to the other. Susan Fehersmith: I went to camp in Hungary and I remember being really sad when my mom dropped me off and left me there. Kory Hardy: I went to basketball camp, and the counselors… Read More
Simcha Siff: Thanks for all the Mitzvah wishes for new born son. Daniel Goetz: Baltimore is ready for nicer weather to get outside with family. Scott Taylor: Revealing insight of the mass human suffering in North Korea and what are we going to do? Want to place an order online? Visit www.goldbergsbagels.net now.
Mickey Steinberg: Why are you so polarizing and not willing to compromise for the good of the Democracy?” Cherie Marvel: How can we keep the city [and] the harbor clean? Mark Margolis: Why do people work for their whole life to get ahead for their families, and then find stop signs at every turn? Want to place an… Read More
Adam Taxin: It means I will win my bet for dinner at Citron & Rose near Philly even sooner after the Seahawks turn Peyton Oldmanning and the Broncos into Alpo. L.O.B.! Chris Girodano: I have no concept of the Super Bowl right now, I am going right back to Afghanastan. It is probably just going to get… Read More
Barry Nabozny: Early, because I love Shabbos. Chazzan Emanuel Perlman: I prefer late services. I am a Chazzan at Chizuk Amuno. Lisa Barkan: I’ve actually never thought about that. We go to services the first Friday night of every month — to Oheb Shalom’s family service. Want to place an order online? Visit www.goldbergsbagels.net now.