Flute and Harp Duo Bring New Musical Works to Baltimore

A U.S.-native, Switzerland-based flute and harp duo, the Cochlea Duo, brings its classical music with a contemporary twist to An Die Musik this Sunday. The duo will be performing a concert of pieces that few have heard, including two pieces that were composed specifically for the duo. The two musicians met at an international school… Read More

Wells Fargo at Greenspring Shopping Center Robbed

The Wells Fargo in the Greenspring Shopping Center was robbed on the afternoon of Friday, July 22, according to Baltimore County police. Police were dispatched to the bank, located at 2847 Smith Ave., at 3:25 p.m. for a reported robbery. According to police, a suspect implied he had a weapon to a teller and fled… Read More

A Turbulent Election Season Baltimore voters conflicted, lukewarm on Trump, Clinton

Email scandals, accusations of anti-Semitism, a resigning chairwoman, anti-immigration rhetoric, plagiarism in speeches — the 2016 presidential election has been like no other in recent memory. With a public that is probing both GOP nominee Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton on their experience, character, families and a bevy of other issues, voters young… Read More

Morhaim: ‘I Followed All the Rules’

Del. Dan Morhaim (D-District 11) said he followed the rules of disclosure and legislative ethics after recent articles in prominent publications scrutinized his business relationship with a company that is vying to grow, process and sell medical cannabis in Maryland. Morhaim, a physician and longtime proponent of medical cannabis who sponsored the bill that created… Read More

Let’s Keep it Civil

Watching the proceedings of the Republican National Convention last week and this week’s Democratic National Convention, I couldn’t help but notice that each party viscerally understands — well, their leadership, at least — that come November, unity is going to figure prominently in who ends up winning the White House. That’s why Texas Sen. Ted… Read More

Baltimore Hebrew Hosts Pride Interfaith Night

Baltimore Hebrew Congregation became a refuge for many Baltimore residents on the night of July 21, when it hosted this year’s Baltimore Pride Interfaith Celebration, a gathering of clergy and audience from different faith communities across the area. The night’s theme was “Evolving Reciprocity: Stories of Giving and Receiving.” One of the evening’s moderators, Bill… Read More

Mid-Atlantic Media Staffers Among Rockower Award Winners

Mid-Atlantic Media will add to its list of publishing honors at the 35th annual Simon Rockower Awards banquet, scheduled for Nov. 15 in Washington, D.C., as part of the American Jewish Press Association’s 2016 annual conference. Baltimore Jewish Times managing editor Marc Shapiro and former JT senior reporter Melissa Gerr were awarded first place for… Read More

Gingrich’s Irresponsible Screed

Jews and students of Jewish history know well the dangers and often deadly consequences of the accusatory process known as “scapegoating.” In 20th-century America, traditional scapegoats were blacks, suspected communists and, during World War II, Japanese-Americans — all were the victims of witch hunts and threats based upon defamatory accusations for activity they were overwhelmingly… Read More

SHA Announces Road Projects

Maryland’s State Highway Administration is beginning three road resurfacing projects in the area. Beginning this week, the SHA is working on fixing damaged roads on a 1.5-mile stretch of Reisterstown Road from Seven Mile Lane to Naylors Lane. The SHA says to expect one lane to be closed Sunday through Thursday beginning at 9 p.m…. Read More

Pikesville Woman Pleads Guilty to Adult Abuse

A 68-year-old Pikesville woman pleaded guilty on June 29 to second degree abuse of a vulnerable adult. Constance Felder was sentenced to probation before judgment and placed on supervised probation for 18 months. She must also perform 50 hours of community service, and she will be placed on a federal list that will exclude her… Read More