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BY Heather Norris
June 5, 2014

For the first time ever, the Rosenbloom Owings Mills Jewish Community Center will host a block party to kick off summer. The event will take place at the JCC campus on Sunday, June 8 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. and will feature kosher food, crafts, games and much more. “Convening community and providing an CONTINUE »

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Philanthropist Beth Goldsmith honored by Holocaust Memorial Museum
BY Justin Hayet
June 5, 2014

This past Sunday at Woodholme Country Club, Beth Goldsmith and the Goldsmith Family Foundation were honored by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum for the Foundation’s dedication to the museum’s Bringing the Lessons Home program. The Goldsmith Family Foundation was created in 1991 after Goldsmith’s late husband, Harold, died tragically in a small plane crash. CONTINUE »

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The Tulkoff horseradish legacy, rooted in family, continues to grow
BY Melissa Gerr
June 5, 2014

Harry and Lena Tulkoff brought their grated horseradish business with them from Russia in the late 1920s. Sometime in the 1930s (the family is uncertain of the exact date) their small grocery store in New York City became a food manufacturing business when they began making and selling borscht in a bottle, pickled relish sauce CONTINUE »

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Jewish schools have varied response to new standards
BY Heather Norris
May 29, 2014

With the federally backed Common Core State Standards making waves in Maryland’s public schools, local day schools — although private — may not be totally immune to the controversial changes. It is “important for us as a school that the school and the faculty be aware of what our students’ peers are learning at other CONTINUE »

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Roman Polonsky, director of the unit for Russian-speaking Jewry, shares his experiences from recent trip with The Associated
BY Marc Shapiro
May 29, 2014

For a Jewish community that is just beginning to find itself, the turbulent situation in Ukraine is putting the culture in jeopardy. “There is a feeling not only of unrest, but shock,” said Roman Polonsky, director of the unit for Russian-speaking Jewry of the Jewish Agency for Israel. “When Jews become targets … it’s very CONTINUE »