Mishmash

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BY Patti Neumann
March 20, 2014

Food lovers, pay close attention to today’s world of instant gratification, social media and real-time chatter, as the Internet is open for business all the time. Simply placing a post with a picture on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook produces an instant response. There are deals to be had and immediate needs to be found and CONTINUE »

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March 13, 2014

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 CONTINUE »

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March 13, 2014

Since a bequest of $11 million from the estate of Morris Goldseker in 1975, the Goldseker Foundation has grown to a $100 million philanthropy that has granted $85 million to 530 nonprofit organizations in the Baltimore metropolitan area. In the mid-2000s, the foundation’s board expanded to include independent directors and a second generation of Goldseker CONTINUE »

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BY Joshua Runyan
March 13, 2014

By Rabbi Chaim Dalfin Jewish Enrichment Press, 226 pages Looking at the title of Chasidic ethnographer Rabbi Chaim Dalfin’s latest work, it would be easy to conclude that “Habad Portraits” is the sort of book that only appeals to either adherents or the academics studying them. Such an impression would be wrong. Presenting a collection CONTINUE »

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March 6, 2014

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 CONTINUE »