Mishmash

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BY Joshua Runyan
March 20, 2014

By David J. Goldberg     Andre Deutsch, 96 pages Venturing into a field characterized more by the voluminous tomes written over the last couple of centuries, David J. Goldberg offers a coffee table worthy bird’s-eye view of Jewish history. As rabbi emeritus of the Liberal Jewish Synagogue, Goldberg is perhaps better known for his interfaith CONTINUE »

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March 20, 2014

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.CONTINUE »

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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 »