New program makes resources for aging adults more accessible

By Lisa Woolfson The Associated: Jewish Federation of Baltimore, along with its agencies CHAI, CHANA and Jewish Community Services, is offering a new program called...

Arts & Life

Sarah Pinsker

Sarah Pinsker spreads her message through writing and music

Growing up, Sarah Pinsker moved around a lot to places like New York, Chicago, Texas and Toronto, but one thing always stayed the same:...
A drive-in movie at the Gordon Outdoors

Summer drive-in movies return to Gordon Outdoors

Summer drive-in movies have returned to the JCC of Greater Baltimore. As part of its Gordon Outdoors programming, there will be drive-in movies at least...
Jake Horowitz

You Should Know … Jake Horowitz

Jake Horowitz, 25, lives in Pigtown with a roommate who was one of his classmates at Beth Tfiloh Dahan Community School, and he still...


Two children in paddleboats on a lake.

Opinion | The comeback begins

By Jeremy J. Fingerman I can’t believe we have finally arrived at this special time — the reopening of summer camps and the rebuilding of...
Cantor Nancy Ginsberg

Parshat Chukat: Moses’ big mistake

By Cantor Nancy Ginsberg Parshat Chukat has one of the most perplexing, even disturbing, passages in the Torah. Moses the faithful shepherd, who has led...
Dan Schnur

Opinion | What Bennett can learn from Biden, and vice versa

By Dan Schnur As Israelis take their first tentative and raucous steps into a post-Netanyahu era, the most frequently asked question is how long a...

Nation and World

Naftali Bennett

9 firsts for Israel’s new government

By Abigail Klein Leichman For the first time in 12 years, Israel’s Likud Party and its head, Benjamin Netanyahu, have moved from the prime minister’s...
Abby Match

There’s a new test for cancer risks from a longtime Jewish genetic screening program

By Renee Ghert-Zand After discovering a suspicious lump in her breast one day while in the shower, Abby Match was diagnosed in August with an...
A paramedic with Magen David Adom

With new at-home paramedic service, Israel’s national ambulance service becomes telemedicine pioneer

By Michele Chabin The elderly grandmother had a fever and felt weak, despite the antibiotics her family doctor had prescribed a couple of days earlier...

Food & Dining

baba ganoush

How to make baba ghanoush at home

By Jessica Grann Known as baba ghanoush across the Levant, this simple roasted eggplant salad only has a handful of ingredients. Like hummus, most people...

Cicadas are edible. But are they kosher?

By Isabella Lefkowitz-Rao   Worried? Repulsed? Intrigued? The emergence of Brood X is eliciting a whole host of emotions and has left people wondering what to...
Ingredients for piyaz

Piyaz: A simple summer salad

By Jessica Grann In Israel and throughout the Mediterranean Basin, salads, or salatim, rarely contain lettuce. Some are raw, and some are cooked — like...

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