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BY Elaine Kitt
January 2, 2014

Aging in place is a term used by people who work with seniors. It’s a catchy phrase, but what does it really mean? Simply put, aging in place for a senior means being able to live where and how he/she wants in the setting of his/her choosing, safely and independently, and being able to make CONTINUE »

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BY Frank Storch
December 26, 2013

How do you respond when your child does something incredible? Project Ezra and the Chesed Fund have established an Outstanding Youth Award for Exceptional Service in the fields of health and safety in the Baltimore Jewish Community.  (All youth from the greater Baltimore Jewish community are invited to participate.)  For the last 10 years, we CONTINUE »

BY Barry Brown
December 18, 2013

I am about to publish my new book, “From Neanderthal to Moses: The World Before Religion, War & Inequality.” This brief history of humanity looks at our origins from the beginning and follows a cognitive development course of history. In other words, it begins by asking the question, “How do we learn?” Not how do CONTINUE »

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BY Marc B. Terrill
December 18, 2013

At this time of year, fundraisers are extra busy encouraging people to make their contributions before Dec. 31. It adds an additional layer of hustle and bustle to a role that is already somewhat challenging. But, when you are a fundraiser — either as a professional or a volunteer — and you believe very deeply CONTINUE »

December 12, 2013

As a rabbi and a Jewish community leader who cares deeply for Israel and its people, I have a moral obligation to speak out against an Israeli government plan to forcibly relocate and resettle 30,000 to 40,000 Bedouin citizens of Israel because they are a non-Jewish minority. Bedouin communities trace their historical connection to the CONTINUE »