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  1. Big Names in Music Coming to the GordonRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 12, 2018 | Baltimore Jewish Times

    While The Gordon Center for Performing Arts is known for bringing top-notch music, film, dance, art and family programming to the venue at the Owings Mills JCC, the 2018-2019 lineup notably includes a number of popular and legendary musicians. The Gordon Center has been working to expand the types of music included in its annual music series, and this year's lineup heavily features bluegrass and folk musicians, a niche area the Gordon has been building up for several years.

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  2. You Should Knowa Noah MitchelRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 12 | Baltimore Jewish Times

    Most Jewish community professionals don't get their start through acting, but that's what Noah Mitchel did. As a Montgomery County native, Mitchel began performing in Washington, D.C., theater companies before diving into the administrative side of theater, including marketing, fundraising and educational outreach.

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  3. California Kosher Coffee Comes to PikesvilleRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 12 | Baltimore Jewish Times

    On Reisterstown Road, directly next to Seven Mile Market, a California-based coffee shop, The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf, opened its doors, unleashing a menu that - from drinks to pastries - is entirely kosher. Although many of the days since its opening last month have been unbearably hot, general manager Bridget Gentleman says that hasn't stopped the crowds from pouring in.

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  4. Even More - Charm' in the CharmeryRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 6 | Baltimore Jewish Times

    Smack in the middle of the new Charmery Ice Cream Factory is a white, door-less, ice-cream truck. According to David Alima - co-owner alongside wife Laura Alima - that truck was his biggest mistake.

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  5. Rabbis, Community Members Rally in DC, BaltimoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 5 | Baltimore Jewish Times

    The heat on Saturday didn't stop Elizabeth Milner from coming to Lafayette Park in view of the White House to protest President Donald Trump's zero tolerance immigration policies. As she held a sign showing a cup of shaved ice that read "Crush I.C.E" - a play on the acronym of the Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency - Milner's cheeks were red from the heat.

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  6. Cruising Soon to Your Neighborhood: Two Guys Who Make Kosher PizzaRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 20, 2018 | Baltimore Jewish Times

    Inside the gleaming stainless-steel kitchen of Yoni's Pizza CafA 's 25-foot food truck, you may not be surprised to find a deep fryer and a four-burner stove. What might surprise you is an impressive espresso/coffee maker, a special steam-infusing oven for baking perfect breads and pastries and a husky igloo-shaped brick oven for making pizza and pita and, well, lots of yummy stuff.

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  7. Spiritual SpecialistsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 6, 2018 | Baltimore Jewish Times

    Rabbi Dr. Tvsi Schur has been the Jewish chaplain at Johns Hopkins Hospital on Orleans Street for 13 years. It's not every day you meet a rabbi who shares an office with a Catholic priest.

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  8. Beth Am Kicks Off Campaign to ExpandRead the original story w/Photo

    May 25, 2018 | Baltimore Jewish Times

    Beth Am Synagogue in Baltimore City's Reservoir Hill neighborhood kicks off a campaign to expand. Beth Am Synagogue in the Reservoir Hill neighborhood of West Baltimore launched a Gofundme campaign on May 14 to raise $5,000 from non-synagogue members to help construct an 8,700 square foot addition to the nearly century-old structure.

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  9. BJC's Candidates Carnival Brought Candidates to the VotersRead the original story w/Photo

    May 23, 2018 | Baltimore Jewish Times

    With close to 50 senator and delegate candidates running in the 11th, 40th, 41st and 43rd , not to mention the four County Council District 2 candidates - what's a voter to do? The Baltimore Jewish Council's May 16 "Candidates Carnival" meet-and-greet brought candidates to the voters, instead of the other way around. Two rooms at the Weinberg Park Heights JCC were set up with tables to accommodate dozens of candidates and staffs, who spread out postcards, flyers, lawn signs and other campaign materials and engaged voters about issues important to them, including education, public safety, property taxes and healthcare.

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  10. 2018 Best of Jewish BaltimoreRead the original story w/Photo

    May 23, 2018 | Baltimore Jewish Times

    Jewish Baltimore stood up and cheered for the JT's first annual Best of Jewish Baltimore contest. With close to four dozen categories, from best bagels, diners and restaurants to top remodelers, car washes, day camps and boutiques, there were hundreds of nominees receiving votes from our JT readers.

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  11. PalindromeRead the original story w/Photo

    May 11, 2018 | Baltimore Jewish Times

    Rapid Lemon Productions will present the world premiere of Max Garner's Palindrome this spring as part of their 2018 season. The production is a pairing of two short plays - "Sphere", directed by David D. Mitchell, and "Pentz" directed by Lance Bankerd and Lee Conderacci.

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  12. Baltimore Holds Its HorsesRead the original story w/Photo

    May 9, 2018 | Baltimore Jewish Times

    Cloud Computing, ridden by Javier Castellano reacts after winning the 142nd Preakness Stakes horse race at Pimlico race course in Baltimore, Maryland, on May 20, 2017. Photo by Jason Szenes/UPI [Photo via Newscom] In Baltimore, the dawn of spring guarantees many things.

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  13. New Kosher Restaurant Opens DowntownRead the original story w/Photo

    May 4, 2018 | Baltimore Jewish Times

    A new restaurant with a kosher twist has opened its doors in downtown Baltimore and is ready for the bustling lunch crowd. The Daily Special in Saint Paul Plaza is in the former spot that housed Me Latte.

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  14. The Sweet Life in D.C.Read the original story w/Photo

    May 2, 2018 | Baltimore Jewish Times

    For Haley Raphael's birthday, her boyfriend of four years, Jesse Mates, planned a New York City extravaganza: tickets to the Broadway show "Hamilton" followed by dinner at her favorite sushi restaurant, Catch NYC. Those efforts would have made for "an amazing birthday adventure," Haley said.

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  15. Who Needs Another Tanach?Read the original story

    Apr 25, 2018 | Baltimore Jewish Times

    I moved to Baltimore in 1983 and lived there more than 25 years until making aliyah in 2010 with my husband, Rabbi Elan Adler, who served a combined 17 years as spiritual leader at Moses Montefiore Anshe Emunah and Beth Tfiloh Congregations. In the years before we formally made aliyah, we visited Israel as often as we could.

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  16. Imagining Justice in Baltimore Fellows to Lead Fall ForumsRead the original story

    Apr 13, 2018 | Baltimore Jewish Times

    The Institute for Islamic, Christian and Jewish Studies named recently its 2018 Imagining Justice in Baltimore Fellows. The institute endeavors to bring together polarized and fragmented Baltimore communities by selecting 24 early- or mid- career Baltimoreans as IJB Community Leaders who have a track record in community service and/or social justice work to lead four public conversations about justice in Baltimore during the fall of 2018.

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  17. Chametz Burning Still BlazesRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 4, 2018 | Baltimore Jewish Times

    For the past 37 years, the Baltimore Jewish community has participated in a tradition that dates back to the biblical era. The customary burning of chametz, or leavened foods, is a ritual that takes place before the beginning of Passover to rid the home of bread products.

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  18. Morrell Park: Projected Gives Baltimore Eighth-Graders A VoiceRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 30, 2018 | Baltimore Jewish Times

    The eighth-grade students at Morrell Park Elementary and Middle School in Southwest Baltimore all had stories to share, but perhaps they didn't know how to express them, or were too nervous to tell anyone. That all changed when the "Morrell Park: Projected" initiative was presented to the students last fall.

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  19. JLive at the Gordon Brings Baltimore Connection HomeRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 2, 2018 | Baltimore Jewish Times

    An event at the Gordon Center looks to bring some Broadway magic to its stage while also raising money for its extensive programming. JLive at the Gordon is back for its second year on March 3 and is bringing writer and musician Jonah Platt to its stage.

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  20. Romance Brews Over TimeRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 1, 2018 | Baltimore Jewish Times

    "Mark's good friends from high school were my roommates in college, and they were in a band," Jessy said. They hit it off, Mark said, but not in a romantic way at first.

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