This weekend is Mother’s Day and we try to celebrate Mom in our May issue.
We also showcase summer reading.
Baltimore Mother’s Day Stories
What does the perfect Mother’s Day look like? We talked to three women, Jayme Wood, Britta Hoffman and Carole Rinke about how they would like to spend Mother’s Day.
Working Mothers: Past and Present
iNSIDER takes a look at two generations of working mothers and how life has changed in both the workplace and in the home.
Will E-Books Replace Children’s Books?
With the advent of the e-book, what will happen to the traditional picture book? In the future, will children still read “Pat the Bunny” in hardback?
Check out summer reading ideas from the Pikesville Library and Greetings and Readings. In addition, we have a list of Jewish children’s reads compiled by the librarian at Beth Tfiloh Dahan Community School.
Adding cheese to summer salads.
Meredith Jacobs: Lacrosse or Hebrew School?
Washington Jewish Week’s managing editor Meredith Jacobs ask the question many of us ask ourselves. What happens when the times for sports and religious school coincide?
“30 Seconds With Mitchell Platt, Dining With Dara Schnee, On Bookshelves and more.
Classic blue and white children’s wear for the beach or pool.
Where Are They Now?
Our popular feature looks at Jenn Yateman, Park School class of 2000.