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BY Maayan Jaffe
October 17, 2013

The Pikesville Volunteer Fire Company held its inaugural Craft Beer and Food Pairing event, in partnership with Zeffert & Gold Catering and Max’s Taphouse of Fells Point, on Oct. 10 from 6 to 10 p.m. The event, which brought out hundreds of people, benefited PVFC, one of the busiest fire and emergency medical services volunteer CONTINUE »

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Janet Yellen nominated for Fed chief, first woman in post
BY Maayan Jaffe
October 17, 2013

Janet Yellen, the vice chairwoman of the Federal Reserve, has been nominated as the central bank’s next chairwoman. President Barack Obama made the announcement last week. If confirmed by the Senate, Yellen. 67, would succeed Ben Bernanke, be the first woman to hold that position and be the third consecutive Jewish economist to head the CONTINUE »

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BY James Williams
October 17, 2013

As part of The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore’s The Journey, Together: 25 Years after Operation Exodus celebration, the Rosenbloom Owings Mills Jewish Community Center hosted four-time Olympic swimming gold medalist Lenny Krayzelburg on Sunday, Oct. 13. Krayzelburg conducted a competitive swimming clinic at the JCC Aquatic Center. He also shared his life’s story, CONTINUE »

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Community celebrates rededication, beautification of Rabbi Abraham Rice’s gravestone
BY Gabriel Lewin
October 17, 2013

This past weekend members of the Baltimore Jewish community and congregation Shearith Israel, in addition to the Rosenbergs of Monsey, N.Y., gathered to commemorate and dedicate newly created headstones for Rabbi Abraham Yosef Rice and his wife, Rosalie, who are buried in the Baltimore Hebrew Congregation cemetery on Belair Road. Rabbi Abraham Rice (1800-1862) first CONTINUE »

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Not your typical how-to book about middle-age dating
BY Melissa Gerr
October 17, 2013

“I’ve always been the kind of person who sees the humor in something, and what these events — we won’t call them relationships —seemed to have in common, they had a strong ludicrous element,” said Marion Winik of her latest book, “Highs in the Low Fifties, how I stumbled through the joys of single living” CONTINUE »