MIDC Cyber Security Forum Offers Chance For Israeli Companies To Meet Investors, Build Partnerships

“We’re always looking for innovative partners,” said Ed Jaehne, chief strategy officer for KeyW Corporation. It’s for that reason that Jaehne — and about 100 other local entrepreneurs and investors — showed up on May 29 to the Maryland/Israel Development Center’s Cyber Security Forum. The event, which took place in the Health Sciences Building at… Read More

In The Air

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The message of Passover, 
Rabbi Sarah Schechter is quick to point out, is freedom.

As Sarah Schechter watched the twin towers fall in New York on Sept. 11, 2001, she immediately decided to join the military. The fact that she was already married and attending rabbinical school didn’t change her mind one bit. “I realized how important our military is to protect us, to keep us safe, to keep… Read More

‘Inline’ For A Challenge

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On July 31, Sheldon “Shlomo” Caplan will participate in the fourth annual Bike4Chai — on inline skates.

Departing from Asbury Park, N.J., on July 31, Pikesville resident Sheldon “Shlomo” Caplan will be one of approximately 300 people taking part in Bike4Chai, a two-day bike ride that raises funds for Chai Lifeline, a nationwide organization that provides care services for terminally ill children. Like his cohorts, Caplan will experience the grind of a… Read More

Now Trending Among Jewish Professionals

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DFI’s leadership summit talked “Playlist Judaism.”

Playlist Judaism. That was the title of Dr. Kerry Olitzky’s presentation to approximately 125 Jewish communal professionals and lay leaders gathered for the Darrell D. Friedman Institute for Professional Development at the Weinberg Center’s  Professional Leadership Summit at Temple Oheb Shalom on May 21. But there were no iPods, klezmer bands or song leaders on… Read More

Citizenship. Community. Economics.

Students and staff from Bais Yaakov School For Girls spent a day at BizTown, where the girls were challenged to learn skills that at first may seem irrelevant to sixth-graders but may be very relevant within the next five years.

How can a Bank of America office, a CareFirst office, a Toyota Financial Services office and the Baltimore Business Journal fit into a 10,000-square-foot facility? Answer: BizTown. A program of the nonprofit Junior Achievement of Central Maryland’s Owings Mills headquarters, BizTown grants students the opportunity to learn real-life lessons outside the classroom. It is also… Read More

Dialogue Is Understanding

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Rabbi David Rosen says interfaith dialogue is more crucial than ever. 
He will speak at Beth El as part of the Institute for Christian & Jewish Studies 25th anniversary celebration on June 5.

Wow! What a resume! Rabbi David Rosen is international director of interreligious affairs of the American Jewish Committee and its Heilbrunn Institute for International Interreligious Understanding, a past chairman of the International Jewish Committee on Interreligious Consultations, a former chief rabbi of Ireland, a papal knight and a Commander of the British Empire. And now,… Read More

Citizenship. Community. Economics.

How can a Bank of America office, a CareFirst office, a Toyota Financial Services office and the Baltimore Business Journal fit into a 10,000-square-foot facility? Answer: BizTown. A program of the nonprofit Junior Achievement of Central Maryland’s Owings Mills headquarters, BizTown grants students the opportunity to learn real-life lessons outside the classroom. It is also… Read More

RUSH Of Consideration

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Sen. Ben Cardin is a RUSH bill co-sponsor.

If Sen. Ben Cardin (D-Md.) gets his way, life could become a little bit easier for Holocaust survivors. On May 21, Sen. Cardin, along with co-sponsors Sen. Mark Kirk (R-Ill.) and Sen. Barbara Mikulski (D-Md.), introduced a bill to assist survivors. The Responding to Urgent Needs of Holocaust Survivors Act, or RUSH Act, would add… Read More

Ocean City Deli, Kosher-Style

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Rosenfeld’s Jewish Delicatessen is now open in Ocean City.

Just off Coastal Highway in Ocean City, one ambitious “semi-retired” Montgomery County native, Warren Rosenfeld, is living his dream. Growing up in a family that operated a Washington, D.C. diner, Rosenfeld always felt that as countless families flocked to Ocean City, “there was a need that hadn’t yet been filled — a Jewish deli.” After… Read More

Beatwell builds bridges

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Ever wonder how you could make your passion your work? Not many of us are lucky enough to pull it off. Yet, at the age of 27, Owings Mills resident Jordan Goodman has managed to do just that. Beatwell, the business he founded in 2007, combines Goodman’s love of music with his desire to help… Read More