Worth The Price

“Can we have a dog — please?” Who hasn’t heard that before? But there are many considerations for families and individuals considering dog ownership. Who will walk, feed and clean up after the new family member? Is there adequate room in the home or apartment? Is there an accessible outdoor space where the dog can… Read More

BaWOOF Atah Hashem

It is arguably the most significant moment in a Jewish teenager’s life, marking adulthood, accountability and the ability to lead religious services. The bar/bat mitzvah is a rite of passage for which boys and girls spend months (sometimes years) preparing. But is this something our furry friends can do too? Enter the bark mitzvah®. Some… Read More

Grand Historic Venue Now Offers Kosher Weddings

Baltimore’s Grand Historic Venue now offers full catering services for kosher weddings, thanks to a partnership with O’Fishel Kosher Catering. The venue, which is next door to what used to be the Tremont Grand Hotel, previously only had the capacity to deliver pre-wrapped kosher meals for individual guests. With a separate kitchen, O’Fishel can now… Read More

Nonprofit Lobbies to Protect Medicare

ProtectSeniors.org, a Washington, D.C.- based nonprofit, is working to protect pensions, health care and Medicare for seniors and retirees. “Our nonprofit, ProtectSeniors.org, has written to the U.S. House Committee on Ways & Means supporting the continued maintenance of Medicare, and I urge all retirees to work and stand together to make sure America’s senior generation… Read More

Sunday Spectacular

The Jewish Community Center of Greater Baltimore invited members and their friends to the Weinberg Park Heights JCC on June 23 for its Sunday Spectacular. Participants took part in the center’s most popular classes – karate, frum beats and ballet, for example – and also enjoyed a moonbounce, crafts and other games.    

The Best Medicine

“A godsend and a blessing.” That’s what Jeff Jones said when asked about the impact of Hackerman-Patz House volunteer Frada Wall on his son, Cameron, now 11. The Hackerman-Patz House Patient and Family Pavilion provides short- and long-term housing options for patients and caregivers who live out of town and are receiving treatment at Sinai… Read More

Stormwater Fee Legislation

In response to questions received since the Stormwater Fee legislation was passed by the City Council, below is an FAQ one-sheet from the Department of Public Works website. VIEW FAQs>> The Department of Public Works is now in the process of drawing up the precise regulations. When that is completed (later this summer), there will be… Read More

‘A Gentle Warrior’

The last two-plus years of Marcie Jeffers’ life were a battle. However, most people never would have known. She simply didn’t let them. Staring down brain cancer, Jeffers continued living the life she genuinely loved and enjoyed. And although she passed away on Tuesday, June 25, just one week after her 59th birthday — a… Read More