Arts & Culture

Beyond Swastika and Jim Crow

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National Museum of American Jewish History CEO Ivy Barsky said it’s not often that there is a Holocaust story with a happy ending. But that...

A Poet, And He Knows It

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Over the course of his 93 years, Dr. Morris Roseman has observed situations and gone through experiences that sparked him to sum up what...

The Prince

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Educators and clergy at Beth El Congregation are gearing up for a visit from a very special guest. In recognition of Martin Luther King...

Everyman Goes West

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On the day after he earned his Master of Fine Arts degree from Catholic University in 1988, Vincent M. Lancisi moved to Baltimore to...

Just In’ Time for Winter

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Justin Berk has gained a considerable following during his more than a decade as a meteorologist in the Baltimore region. That following has grown in...

Step Back

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I remember writing my essay for Haverford College on New Year’s Day. I don’t remember writing the essays for the other schools, but I...

Got Culture?

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Randi Benesch’s enthusiasm is contagious. The JCC’s new managing director of arts and culture has big plans for strengthening and expanding the institution’s presence as...

Ahavas Yisrael

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What does it mean to love a fellow Jew? What does it mean to love oneself? These are questions that close to 500 women will...

Entering The Fold

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Alix Coughlin has stressed the importance of a Jewish upbringing to her three young boys. Her two older children attend a Jewish preschool, the family...

Whole Child Education

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Imagine a classroom transformed into a work of art. Now picture a hallway, several classrooms and stairwells. Vivid colors. Deep and intricate Torah concepts....