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Foods that fuse old and new
BY Harriet Dopkin
August 22, 2013

Each Jewish New Year, as we greet each other with a joyous shannah tovah, I add a happy birthday for myself. Being born on Rosh Hashanah, a holiday with a tradition of tasting new food, as well as being the owner of The Classic Catering People, I relish in the discovery of novel flavors. Rosh CONTINUE »

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Clothing advice for the wee little ones
BY Bridget Quinn Stickline
August 22, 2013

The calendar may still read summer, but in a matter of days, kids will be heading back to school, and September will arrive. While I love summer and the easier laid-back routine that accompanies June, July and August, as a retailer and fashion fiend, I welcome the arrival of fall with open arms. To me, CONTINUE »

BY Maayan Jaffe
August 21, 2013

Ohr Chadash Academy students will also meet a new administrator at the start of the school year. Following the retirement of Rabbi Akevy Greenblatt, Rabbi Moshe Margolese, who was hired to serve as the dean of students, has taken on an expanded role. “The Board of Directors felt a need to “secure additional strong administrative CONTINUE »

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KSDS makes new hires, focuses on innovative learning for teachers, students
BY Maayan Jaffe |
August 21, 2013

Krieger Schechter Day School will be starting its school year with two new faces in the halls, and they come in the form of high-level staffers. Josh Bender has been hired as the new head of the lower school and Andrea Cheatham Kasper as the director of teaching and learning.  The moves come one year CONTINUE »

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Bnos Yisroel has carved its niche in Jewish Baltimore
BY Maayan Jaffe
August 21, 2013

When you walk into Bnos Yisroel there is a sign that reads, “Teaching students, not subjects.” And that message says it all. According to Rabbi Chaim Amster, director of development, since the all-girls school was founded in 2000 it purposely kept itself on the sidelines, growing “very quickly but quietly.” As the school prepares to CONTINUE »