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Beth Tfiloh graduate among injured, two U.S. citizens killed
BY Marc Shapiro
July 24, 2014

The human cost of Israel’s ground incursion in the Gaza Strip hit close to home in the United States this week, with a Beth Tfiloh graduate hospitalized and Jewish communities in Los Angeles and South Texas losing members in the fighting. Among the wounded was Baltimore native Jordan Low, a 2013 graduate of the Beth CONTINUE »

BY Marc Shapiro
July 24, 2014

Motorists traveling on Park Heights Avenue should prepare for temporary and long-term lane closures until fall 2015, as the Maryland State Highway Administration makes repairs to the bridge that carries the street over I-695. The $5.6 million repair includes removing and replacing the riding surface and concrete sidewalks, replacing a steel beam that was damaged CONTINUE »

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For kosher meat lovers, Serengeti’s menu is a diner’s delight
BY Joshua Runyan
July 24, 2014

Meat lovers rejoice, because there’s a new kosher game in town that rivals in both price and quality the wood-paneled, white-tableclothed varieties that have for years plied their trade in offering decidedly treif hunks of juicy steak. The brainchild of Accents Grill and Cocoaccinos owners Lara and Larry Franks, Serengeti aims to do for Baltimore CONTINUE »

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Etz Chaim’s past, present and future is celebrated
BY Allie Freedman
July 24, 2014

The grills were fired up and the strong smell of Scotch filled the air on a recent Sunday, as approximately 150 Jewish men spent the evening with the Etz Chaim Center for Jewish Living and Learning to “raise the steaks.” Literally. Raise the Steaks II, held at Bruce Sholk and Beth Kaplan’s private Baltimore estate, CONTINUE »

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BY Marc Shapiro
July 24, 2014

An aspiring young filmmaker made an online video for the Baltimore Humane Society that drew more than 1,000 views in its first week. “I love animals and I wanted to find a way to help, and my favorite hobby is filmmaking,” said 12-year-old Max Sternlicht, whose mother volunteers at the Reisterstown no-kill shelter. Max, who CONTINUE »