Heartfelt Program

AED celebration also serves as reminder to communal leaders of importance of training, maintenance “Thousands of lives each year would be saved if more defibrillators were placed throughout the country. We, as the Jewish nation, value life tremendously. The Automated External Defibrillator (AED) Program shows achdus, unity, and our commitment to help all Jewish people,… Read More

Art Outside In Druid Hill Park

Druid Hill Park has had its ups and downs over the years. This fecund green space amid the urban landscape of Baltimore is home, of course, to the Maryland Zoo, miles of bicycle trails and walking paths, fountains, man-made ponds and lakes and the once-segregated clay tennis courts, where generations of Baltimoreans from all walks… Read More

UPDATE: Caring Bridge Page Launched For Updates About Biker Mel Pachino

In an email today from Suburban Orthodox Congregation Toras Chaim, it was stated that, “the next few days are very critical for Mel Pachino.” The community is invited to join Suburban at 7:40 p.m. for a recitation of Psalms, followed by Mincha at 7:50 p.m.  The goal is to complete the entire Sefer Tehillim daily. Please click on the linkand… Read More

Jewish Museum Introduces Bessie Bluefeld, Its Newest Living History Character

Senior features reporter On Tuesday, April 30, when Jewish Museum of Maryland Director of Education Ilene Dackman-Alon introduced the museum’s new living history character, Bessie Bluefeld, many in the audience already knew her, or at least knew of her. Among the 100 guests who came to the JMM for a reception and one-woman show were… Read More

Sascha Hurwitz Serves As Catalyst For Donations To Benefit Homeless

Staff reporter It’s conceivable that somewhere in Baltimore tonight there is a family — one that previously lived on the streets — snuggling up in its very own home. That family may not know it, but its homelessness was put to a stop, in part, by a girl set to enter kindergarten next year. A… Read More

Shavuot Celebrations Spur Baltimore Day School Students To Think Torah, 10 Commandments, Cheesecake

Caramel cheesecake. Strawberry cheesecake. Chocolate cheesecake. A big jar of Lactaid. Yep! It’s Shavuot again — on May 15 and 16 — and Jews across Baltimore and the world will settle down for traditional dairy treats such as blintzes and vegetable lasagna. But Shavuot isn’t about the dairy food we eat, but rather a celebration… Read More

Shooting Incident Strikes Jewish Pikesville

A shooting incident that occurred early last Saturday morning in a predominantly Orthodox Jewish area of Pikesville was many months in the making, according to Menashe Efron, whose son and daughter-in-law live in the home where the attack occurred.

Fatal Crash in Pikesville, On Old Court Road

At 07:44 a.m., police and fire units were dispatched to Old Court Road and Estates Court in Precinct 4/Pikesville for a pedestrian struck. The victim was identified by police as Damien Graham, 30, of the 3500 block of Edmondson Ave., and the Crash Team is currently investigating the incident. The vehicle involved remained at the… Read More