Set For Super Sunday

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The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore kicks off its annual campaign this Sunday, Sept. 14, with its largest fundraiser of the year: Super Sunday. The event, which  raised $1.3 million last year, will see more than 100 volunteers flock to the Weinberg Park Heights JCC this Sunday to work phone banks and ask the… Read More

Zuckerman Spaeder Attorneys Named Best Lawyers

Zuckerman Spaeder LLP has announced that seven attorneys from the firm’s Baltimore office have been recognized in the 2015 “The Best Lawyers in America.” The seven attorneys are recognized in a total of 14 categories. Zuckerman Spaeder is the publication’s top-listed firm for white-collar criminal defense. The attorneys are Herbert Better, recognized in arbitration, commercial… Read More

JCS Names Pressman to Board

Mark Pressman, executive director of North Oaks, a senior living community in Pikesville, has been named to the board of directors for Jewish Community Services of Baltimore. JCS is a nonprofit human-service agency of The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore.   For the past four years, Pressman has served on JCS advisory councils —… Read More

Adelberg, Rudow Attorneys Named Best Lawyers

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The law firm of Adelberg, Rudow, Dorf & Hendler, LLC has announced that four of its members have been included in the 2015 “The Best Lawyers in America.” The attorneys are Michael G. Hendler, who was was named the family law Lawyer of the Year; Marc B. Noren, who was listed in the field of… Read More

Huber Joins CohnReznick

William (Bill) Huber has joined CohnReznick, the 10th-largest accounting, tax and advisory firm in the U.S., as a managing director with its advisory group, specializing in management, risk and technology services. Working from the firm’s Baltimore office, Huber brings more than 20 years of experience developing business and IT strategies to drive competitive advantage. “Bill… Read More

Orso Joins Bello Machre Board

Bello Machre has announced the election of its newest board member, David Orso, whose civic mindedness and business perspective will further strengthen the board leadership and Bello Machre’s commitment to enriching the lives of people with developmental disabilities. Orso is the owner and founder of The David Orso Group of Century 21 New Millennium, one… Read More

Bucking The Trend

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When the American Studies Association decided last winter to endorse the boycott of Israeli academic institutions, the rhetoric among many Israel advocacy organizations suggested that the Jewish state was at risk of becoming a target in the world of academia. But what was a just a possibility when students all across the country left for… Read More

Medal of Honor

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Jewish veterans had a lot to celebrate at their recent convention in Charleston, S.C., not the least of which was an announcement by Baltimore resident Erwin A. Burtnick, a retired colonel and commander of the Jewish War Veteran’s Department of Maryland, that World War I veteran Sgt. William Shemin is being posthumously recommended for the… Read More

Capital Classrooms

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The rabbi blows the shofar, the musical director belts out “Shalom Aleichem” and a new Hebrew school in Annapolis is born. On Sept. 7, 108-year-old Kneseth Israel held an opening ceremony to launch its inaugural year as the Jewish Education Center of Anne Arundel County (JEC). The Sunday morning event invited students, parents and staff… Read More

The Beatles Are Back In B’More

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Fifty years ago, on Sept. 13, 1964, when the Beatles played to a screaming crowd at the Baltimore Civic Center, photographer Morton Tadder found himself in the right place at the right time — but for Tadder, who is no stranger to serendipity, his accidental attendance at the event was business as usual. This month,… Read More