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You Should Know … Dan Snyder

Dan Snyder has figured out the secret to creating his own fashion that is far from being a fad. It took some hard-nosed investigation, a smattering of elbow grease, tireless lucubration and a preternatural capability for problem-solving. But this 32-year-old current Brooklynite originally from Columbia officially opened the doors on his own subtle and austere… Read More

Roger Sherman and Michael Solomonov filming chef and journalist Ruthie Russo (Provided)

Israeli Cuisine on the Screen

Israel arguably has one of the hottest food scenes in the world, but Baltimoreans don’t necessarily have to travel overseas to get a taste. “In Search of Israeli Cuisine,” a movie documenting a culinary journey throughout Israel, is being screened at the Gordon Center on Sunday, Dec. 11 at 4 p.m., presented by the Baltimore… Read More

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Model for Us All

In an era where it is commonplace to distrust government, the notion of the professional legislator is far from positive. Congress enjoys near-historic low approval levels, while the president-elect speaks openly about imposing, though the president has no power to do so, term limits on Capitol Hill. Rare, it seems, is that politician who cares… Read More

Janna Friedman

Annapolis Day School Hosts Concert Fundraiser

The only Jewish day school in Anne Arundel and surrounding counties hopes the universal language of music will bring awareness — and funds — to the small school. On Dec. 11, renowned musicians — pianist Janna Friedman (and founder of the Janna Friedman Music School in Baltimore), violinist Nikita Borisevich and baritone singer Shouvik Mondle… Read More

About two dozen people showed up at Red Emma’s on Nov. 30 to write letters to local Jewish organizations, mostly concerning the spike in hate crimes.

Local Activists Host Day of #JewishResistance

President Elect Donald Trump has not yet taken office, but he is already stirring discontent — and activist action — among a subset of the local Jewish community. A group of five friends and organizers, all involved in both local activist groups and the Jewish community, felt they could use an outlet for their concerns… Read More

Veterans march with Standing Rock activists near Backwater Bridge just outside the Oceti Sakowin camp. LUCAS JACKSON/REUTERS/Newscom

Baltimore Native Hosts Dakota Pipeline Solidarity Event in Jerusalem

The months-long protest over the route of the Dakota Access Pipeline led by the Standing Rock Sioux tribe in North Dakota, termed #NoDAPL, has resonated with people all across the country and, as it turns out, even overseas. On Thursday, Dec. 15, Baltimore native and current Jerusalem resident Leah Raher is holding an event in… Read More

(Photo by Joshua Fleisher)

Protecting Medics in Judea, Samaria

A group of Baltimore philanthropists who raised money to provide bulletproof vests to front-line medics in Israel recently returned from a visit during which they presented these vests to medics in Judea and Samaria. Irwin Azman, a driving force behind the fundraising effort, explained that the vests they distributed to medics were not those they… Read More

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Avraham Infeld Named as First Visiting Israel Scholar

  Sue Glick Liebman hardly needs introduction for those involved in the Baltimore Jewish community. Currently a director-at-large of The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore and former president of the JCC of Greater Baltimore, Glick Liebman has dedicated much of her life to advancing Jewish life and education both here and abroad. Now, the… Read More

POLL OF THE WEEK

Some customers have boycotted Goldberg’s Bagels over the owner’s support of President-elect Donald Trump, while a Philadelphia diner has been targeted online after an employee made an anti-Trump remark. Do you think businesses should be politics-free zones?