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Senator talks politics at 96th annual dinner
BY Heather Norris
September 11, 2014

More than 140 people filled Baltimore Hebrew Congregation Sunday night to hear U.S. Sen. Ben Cardin (D-Md.) talk about foreign relations and domestic policy. Coming just hours before Congress was scheduled to return from a five-week vacation, Cardin’s address headlined the opening dinner of the BHC brotherhood’s 96th year. Cardin, who sits on the Senate Foreign Relations CONTINUE »

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Montgomery County cases of whooping cough traced to Capital Camps
BY Suzanne Pollak and Alexa Laz
September 11, 2014

An outbreak involving at least 15 cases of whooping cough in Montgomery County is being traced back to a teenager who attended Capital Camps, which just announced the resignation of its camp director. Pertussis, commonly called whooping cough, is highly contagious and is transmitted through the air when an infected person sneezes or coughs. It CONTINUE »

BY Marc Shapiro
September 11, 2014

The programs were chosen as the top three submissions to DFI’s “Challenge of Collaborations,” which had 18 community organizations submit. The winning program, which received a $1,000 grant, was Jewish Community Gardening, the first runner-up was Four Rabbis, Five Opinions, and the second runner-up was the Center for Jewish Education’s Jewish Deaf-Blind Shabbaton. Jewish Community CONTINUE »

BY Marc Shapiro
September 11, 2014

After a decade as a public school administrator, Marty Rochlin is going back to camp as the new director of Camp Airy. Rochlin, a former camper, assistant director and programming director at the camp, takes over the Jewish boys overnight camp following the retirement of Rick Frankle. “I’m looking forward to coming back to play,” CONTINUE »

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World War II drama of young Muslim woman who fought Nazi oppression gets PBS premiere
BY Allie Freedman
September 4, 2014

Academy Award-nominated and three-time Emmy Award-winning director Robert Gardner releases his latest masterpiece, “Enemy of the Reich: The Noor Inayat Khan Story” to the silver screen next week on PBS. Airing Sept. 9, the Gardner Films and Unity Production Foundation docudrama shares the story of Noor Inayat Khan, a young Muslim woman who sacrificed her CONTINUE »