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Rachel Elizabeth Morrison
BY Marc Shapiro
October 20, 2014

Rachel Elizabeth Morrison, 16, who was reported missing on Sunday, Oct. 19, was located alive and well the following night. The Timonium resident was staying with a family outside of Westminster in Carroll County, according to Baltimore County Police. The father was watching TV on Monday evening when he saw a news report about Rachel, CONTINUE »

BY Suzanne Pollack
October 17, 2014

The Metropolitan Police Department is asking anyone who used the National Capital Mikvah in Georgetown to submit his or her photo to the department as part of the ongoing investigation into Rabbi Barry Freundel, who was charged Tuesday with voyeurism. Freundel is accused of making secret video recordings of at least six women in the CONTINUE »

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One-day Jewish Literary Festival takes ‘21st-century approach’ to encourage reading
BY Allie Freedman
October 16, 2014

The Jewish Community Center of Greater Baltimore is inviting readers young and old to come face-to-face with their favorite authors at its Oct. 26 Jewish Literary Festival and Local Author Fair at The Gordon Center for Performing Arts in Owings Mills. The one-day event starts at 1 p.m. and showcases three-to-five-minute TED-style talks with selected CONTINUE »

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Museum artifacts, through art, retell the story
BY Allie Freedman
October 16, 2014

Two panels, 125 drawings and endless stories to tell. Using small pen and ink, pencil and watercolor paint, acclaimed artist and illustrator Nancy Patz carefully brought artifacts of the Holocaust to life. They are on display through Dec. 4 at the Goucher College Library. “The Artifacts Drawings” showcases artifacts from Holocaust museums in Washington, D.C., CONTINUE »