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New name, new home
BY Emily Minton
September 4, 2013

More than 300 people gathered at 4607 Knox Road in College Park to celebrate the grand opening of Meor Maryland’s new home on Monday, Sept. 2. Formally known as the Maryland Jewish Experience, Meor Maryland is part of Meor National, an emerging educational movement that has spread to more than 20 campuses nationwide. Complete with CONTINUE »

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Offit/Kurman Attorneys at Law celebrate 25 years together
BY Ron Snyder
August 15, 2013

Maurice and Ted Offit and Howard Kurman’s biggest concern 50 years ago was finding the perfect place to play ball or ride their bikes. The furthest thing from this Pikesville trio’s mind was building a successful business together. Today, that is a completely different story. Maurice and Ted Offit, who are brothers, along with Kurman, CONTINUE »

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August 15, 2013

New Artistic Director at Strand The Strand Theater Company is pleased to announce the appointment of Elissa Goetschius. Goetschius has been working in the Baltimore-Washington area for the last eight years as a director and dramaturg. Recent credits include “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” with Glass Mind Theatre and “A Brief Narrative of an Extraordinary Birth CONTINUE »

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Seven Strategies For Reinventing Your Career
BY Elliot D. Lasson
August 15, 2013

A recent study found that millennials in this country, between the ages of 18 and 30, switch jobs on average every two years. By comparison, members of Generation X typically spend about five years with each employer, and baby boomers spend about seven, according to the study. There are ostensibly many variables to be considered, CONTINUE »

BY Jon Goldman
August 15, 2013

Which triggers more sales, emotion or logic? Conventional marketing wisdom would lead us to believe that more customers make purchases based on emotion. But according to a study of 311,000 people, conventional marketing wisdom is wrong. This study, illustrated in Doug Hall’s “Meaningful Marketing,” shows that 44 percent of people are actually left-brained and follow CONTINUE »