Mishmash

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BY Pamela Steinik
January 23, 2014

By Daphne-Kalotay Harper Luxe, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers 2013, 352 pages Nicholas Elko is a world-renowned composer who moves to Boston with his wife, Hazel, and his daughter, Jessie. While his wife is away visiting family, Nicholas has an affair with Remy, a violin student, and the two discover that they are soul mates. CONTINUE »

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January 16, 2014

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.CONTINUE »

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BY Rafi Rone, Joseph and Harvey Meyerfhoff Family Charitable Funds
January 16, 2014

The Downtown Baltimore JCC is barely a year old and it is already a resounding success. Oversubscribed before it even opened its doors, it now boasts a drop-in center for its more than 75 — and growing — families and eight staffers, and it even has a family happy hour. Much of its success is CONTINUE »

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BY Lynne Elkes
January 16, 2014

By Mark Carp Xlibris 2013, 176 pages Minimalist. Concise. Pulls no punches. These could be three equally useful descriptions of Mark Carp’s novel “Segalvitz.” This is the story of a downtrodden young Jewish man in a city run by a powerful political machine who makes good through his moxie and his willingness to take risks. CONTINUE »