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BY Patti Neumann
September 18, 2013

Remember the days of monthly magazines? As an advertiser, you had to create and submit an ad up to eight weeks prior to publication, and then it would not run it for an entire month. The artwork for a November issue was due at the beginning of September, and by the time the magazine hit CONTINUE »

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BY Brian Sacks
September 18, 2013

With the rise of mobile marketing and integration, many of our clients ask about the difference between a mobile app and a mobile website. The question is no longer whether you need a mobile marketing plan, but what methods will be most effective. It is being predicted that in the next 12 months more people CONTINUE »

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September 18, 2013

Howard County is consistently recognized as one of the best places to live. Good schools, clean parks and religious and cultural tolerance thrive among the residence of this diverse community. A Conservative synagogue, a Reconstructionist synagogue, two Reform synagogues, Chabad and even non-traditional/ unaffiliated synagogues flourish among the 20,000 Jewish residents of Howard County. However, CONTINUE »

September 18, 2013

Overnight, it seemed as if Baltimore began a frenzy of building. Out came the boards and metal poles, sheets of canvas and vinyl, bamboo poles and mats, clusters of fruits and colorful decorations. Sukkot is here! For thousands of years, Jews have erected temporary huts, which bec-ome our homes for the week of this beautiful CONTINUE »

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BY Jill Max
September 11, 2013

As summer draws to its inevitable close, I eagerly anticipate the back-to-school rituals that are invariably intertwined with the Jewish holidays. This year, the holidays are early. A rabbi once told me that the holidays are either early or late; they are never on time. I smile whenever I recall this notion. For those of CONTINUE »