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From battle with injuries, new basketball training tool is born
BY Jacob Kamaras/JNS.org
March 27, 2014

When he was sidelined by injuries during his time as a professional basketball player in Israel, Tamir Goodman’s mind was still in the game. “Specifically during that time when I wasn’t playing, I was spending my time in rehab, but I’d go to every game, I’d go to every practice, and I’d study if there CONTINUE »

LifeBridge gala will feature Jackson Browne
BY Simone Ellin
March 27, 2014

Magic of Life Gala co-chairs Laura B. Black and Brian J. Gibbons, along with LifeBridge Health president and CEO Neil Meltzer and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame headliner Jackson Browne, are making sure that, as Browne might say, the health care organization never “runs on empty.” The April 5 biannual gala, which benefits the CONTINUE »

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The photos are of people police “would like to speak with”
BY Marc Shapiro
March 26, 2014

The Baltimore County Police Department released five photos in connection with a robbery and a home invasion that occurred on March 4 in Pikesville. Police are not referring to the individuals in the photos as suspects. “They are people we wish to talk to,” said Cpl. John Wachter, police spokesman. “We want to talk to CONTINUE »

Poster for support event
Hundreds attend hearing on future of Esther Lebovitz’s killer
BY Melissa Gerr
March 21, 2014

Approximately 250 people from Baltimore’s Jewish community traveled by bus, car and subway train to protest the appeal trial of then 24-year-old Wayne Stephen Young, who was convicted of killing 11-year-old Esther Lebovitz in 1969. A student of the Bais Yaakov School for Girls, she was last seen in Pikesville after being dropped off at CONTINUE »

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Spousal caregivers face unique challenges when loved ones suffer life-changing illnesses
BY By Simone Ellin | Photos by David Stuck
March 20, 2014

Jan Schein was just 39 when her husband, Dr. Jay Schein, was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. Although the Northwest Baltimore OB/GYN functioned well for some years after the diagnosis, in 2002, he was forced to retire because he could no longer perform surgery. “There was a gradual decline,” recalled his wife. “First, we made the CONTINUE »