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BY Gerri Baum
May 1, 2014

If your brain is about to explode from a stockpile of opinions, ideas and observations that burn to break out, then maybe you should consider blogging. Blogs are a great way to openly express your views on a variety of subjects, share vital information, educate readers with your wealth of knowledge and leave your mark CONTINUE »

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BY Marc Shapiro
May 1, 2014

By Isabelle Foreman CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 34 pages As the uncle of two, a boy who will soon be 4 and a girl who will soon be 7, I read this book with great interest to see if I could pass it on to them. With a concept all ages can grasp, vivid illustrations CONTINUE »

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April 24, 2014

Margie Cohn: I love them. I  think they will come out in the middle of the pack. Danny Prero: Better than the past 15 years! Michelle Wions: I hope they do better than last year. Want to place an order online? Visit www.goldbergsbagels.net now.CONTINUE »

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BY Maryland/Israel Development Center
April 24, 2014

Israel has long been called the “gold standard” for homeland security, because of its need to protect itself in all domains of warfare, which most recently includes cyber security attacks. At the same time, Maryland is called the “epicenter” of cyber security in the U.S. because the National Security Agency and U.S. Cyber Command are CONTINUE »

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BY Simone Ellin
April 24, 2014

By Rabbi Dana Evan Kaplan Jewish Publication Society, 367 pages By now, the changing landscape of modern American Jewry is not news, what with soaring rates of intermarriage and assimilation and, with the exception of Orthodox Jews, the dramatic reduction in synagogue attendance and affiliation. What some may not have heard is what might be CONTINUE »