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Temple Isaiah builds desks for remote learners

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In addition to shutting down gyms, movie theaters and sporting events, the pandemic has also hampered the work of some volunteer and charitable activities....

Kosher restaurants push forward through restrictions

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With reports of COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations rising significantly, the state of Maryland tightened social distancing restrictions on Nov. 17, requiring bars and restaurants...
menorah

Celebrate Chanukah with these socially distanced events

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Chanukah is the next Jewish holiday we’ll have to adapt for this very strange year. For those who are looking for opportunities to celebrate...
Sherri Zaslow

JCC, LifeBridge expand partnership to support Orthodox community

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By Lisa Woolfson The JCC of Greater Baltimore and LifeBridge Health are expanding their partnership at the Weinberg Park Heights JCC to support the area’s...

Jewish Museum hires Arizona ‘Pied Piper’ as new executive director

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Marvin Pinkert’s announcement in January that he would be retiring from his post as executive director of the Jewish Museum of Maryland set off...

More than a building: Beth Israel adapts

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With the onset of the coronavirus pandemic during the spring, Beth Israel Congregation made the difficult choice to close its doors and switch to...

COVID-19 study shines light on struggles of young adults

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By Justin Regan Researchers call it “surprising.” Young people have had the hardest time coping, financially and emotionally, with the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. This...

Shomrim on ‘higher alert’ after numerous carjackings in Northwest Baltimore

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Numerous carjackings have been reported in Northwest Baltimore this past month, putting Baltimore Shomrim, a Jewish safety patrol group, on “higher alert” for vehicles...
Rabbi Sharon Shalom

Exploring Sigd and the Ethiopian Jewish community

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Fifty days after Yom Kippur, the Ethiopian Jewish community celebrates Sigd, where they commemorate the giving of the Torah and express their yearning for...

Groups that bring young Jews together learn lessons from keeping them apart

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By Arno Rosenfeld In Fell’s Point, a group of roommates used to welcome young adults into their home for Jewish programming. The roommates, residents of...