Opening Thoughts

A Unique Place to Pray

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One might not expect to find a Jewish prayer room in one of Baltimore’s Catholic hospitals, but thanks to the late Frank Barrash, whose...

Bon Appetit!

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In past issues, the Jewish Times staff has done a matzah ball soup tasting, a hamentaschen tasting and even a matzah tasting for Passover....

Renaissance Man

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Jewish people have always been innovators, sometimes by necessity, in disciplines ranging from the arts to science. But photographing the Western frontier in the...

Positive Outlook

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When faced with anti-Semitism, some take to the streets, some lobby their representatives and some get more involved in the Jewish community. Pikesville resident...

A Holistic Approach

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As today marks the beginning of Jewish Disabilities Awareness and Inclusion month, Susan C. Ingram’s cover story looks at how education for students with...

Special Cases

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The phrase “a jury of your peers” is often employed in the criminal justice system to describe a group hearing a court case that...

Blurred Lines of History

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Holocaust historians are not ones to suppress information from the era, but when survivor Morris Spitzer tried to get museums to shed light on...

More Than Just Pictures

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Situated in an unassuming storefront on Reisterstown Road in Pikesville between a pizza shop and a convenience store, one might not expect to find...

A Spiritual Niche

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For years, the JT has been writing about synagogues that have repurposed their spaces — bringing in tenants ranging from community theaters to Jewish...

What a Year!

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It’s been a busy year for the JT and for all media outlets — between the eternal national drama on Capitol Hill; the unfortunate...