Gottlieb Joins Board of Podiatric Examiners

Ellicott City podiatrist Dr. H. David Gottlieb was recently sworn in as a member of the Maryland Board of Podiatric Medical Examiners. This State Board oversees the practice of podiatric medicine and surgery in Maryland, reviewing new applicants for licensure and concerns from the public regarding their treatment by doctors of podiatric medicine, as well… Read More

Best Lawyers Recognizes Cole Schotz Attorneys

Cole Schotz P.C. announced that 33 of the firm’s attorneys have been recognized by Best Lawyers on its 2017 Best Lawyers in America list. Many of the firm’s attorneys are regularly featured on the annual list, with more than half of those recognized having appeared for 10 or more years. Best Lawyers, among the oldest… Read More

Cordish’s Workman Honored by BBJ

The Baltimore Business Journal has selected Beth Boots Workman as one of this year’s 40 Under 40, an award given to 40 select individuals under the age of 40 who demonstrate leading roles in their industry, their company and the community. Workman currently serves as the Cordish Companies’ director of operations for Spark Baltimore. Located… Read More

Baltimore’s Lithuanian Jewry Stays Connected

Within Baltimore’s flourishing Jewish community, there are organizations that are working to keep alive connections to  ancestors. The B’nai Abraham and Yehuda Laib Family Society (BAYL) is one such organization that is committed to maintaining relationships among descendants of the society’s progenitors. According to Phil Shapiro, a member of the society, nearly three-quarters of Baltimore’s… Read More

Chavis, Ketzis Join BHC

Bonnie Heneson Communications (BHC), a full-service marketing communications agency with offices in Owings Mills and Columbia, has hired Yenneca Ketzis as a senior account  executive and Derek Chavis as a social media account executive. Yenneca Ketzis brings more than 20 years of experience in marketing, advertising, event planning and graphic design. Prior to joining BHC,… Read More

Quarry Lake’s 6th Annual Fall Festival Looms

Sunday, Sept. 18 will see the sixth annual Quarry Lake Fall Festival. With more than 80 local vendors, the festival will feature activities and fun for  all ages. All proceeds from the event will be go to the Pikesville Chamber of Commerce. Sponsored by Morgan Stanley, the event will feature a concert series over the… Read More

What’s a Republican Jew to Do?

Jews who vote Republican and make  national security both at home and in Israel their main issue every four years continue to wrestle with the question of the day: “Should I support Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump in his bid for the White House?” Washington-area Republicans have struggled with the GOP candidate’s hostile rhetoric and… Read More

Jewish Times Wins Awards

Baltimore Jewish Times employees won a number of awards in the Maryland-Delaware-DC Press Association’s Advertising Contest. The contest awarded print and online work completed between June 1, 2015 and May 31, 2016. The awards are as follows, listed by employee, entry name, placement and category: > Michael Jankovitz; Baltimore Humane Society; Third Place; Business (non-retail)-Large… Read More

Maller Honored by Daily Record

Peter Maller, founder and president of Maller Wealth Advisors, was named among The Daily Record’s 2016 Most Admired CEOs, which honors business and nonprofit executives throughout Maryland whose leadership and vision is admired by those around them. An outside panel of judges selects Most Admired CEOs based on professional accomplishments, community service and letters of… Read More

Repair the World Relaunches in Baltimore

Repair the World has been a national Jewish voice for service and volunteerism since its  inception in 2009. The organization, which has been in  Baltimore since 2013, recently came off a hiatus to relaunch as a partner organization of The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore. Heading this effort are two local Jewish millennials, Diana… Read More